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Stalking The Dead

You may not think mystery novels are literature, but a Mt. A. English Lit professor thinks solving family mysteries makes for important literary scholarship. Jennifer Harris talked to Jonna Tuesday about "Stalking Dead People", her contribution to a community speaker series in Sackville this coming Friday. She'll be talking about how she incorporates genealogical research in her academic research.
That community speaker series is happening at the Royal Canadian Legion in Sackville on Friday night at 7:30. John Murchie will be another speaker that night. Admission is $5.00 by donation and open to the public.

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