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Black Soldiers Mattered: Black North Carolinians, Camp Greene, and the Great War

When: Thu., Feb. 8, 6-8 p.m. 2018
Phone: 704-416-0150
Email: ncrstaff@cmlibrary.org
Price: Free
www.cmstory.org/content/carolina-room-programs
Dr. Janet Hudson of the University of South Carolina will lecture on Black Soldiers Mattered: Black North Carolinians, Camp Greene, and the Great War as part of the World War I Series sponsored by the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room,The Charlotte Museum of History, and the University of North Carolina Charlotte. Camp Greene was a WWI training camp located just outside of Charlotte. Please call 704-416-0150 to make a reservation.

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