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Bill Wellington's Uncle Tom's Cabin
Storyteller and folk musician Bill Wellington presents “Uncle Tom’s Cabin, the Book that Destroyed Slavery in America” at the Edgell Menorial Library.
Come and take another look at Harriet Beecher Stowe’s famous novel about the life and death of a slave in America through the lense of historical songs and multimedia show inspired by the book. Suggested ages 10+.
|Where||Framingham History Center: Edgell Memorial Library 3 Oak St, Framingham, MA 01701|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Price||$5/person, max $20/family, good all weekend at Civil War Encampment events|
More About Framingham History Center: Edgell Memorial Library
Built in 1872 to commemorate the service of Civil War soldiers, Edgell Memorial Library was the town's first free-standing public library.
In 1963, the Framingham Historical Society and local citizens were able to save the building from demolition. Currently, the library is under the ownership of the Framingham History Center and is used for rotating exhibitions, programming and a permanent civil war collection. It also houses a museum shop and offices.
Edgell Memorial Library is open while undergoing critical repair. The FHC is currently working to fund completion of a full window restoration project.