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    In the Face of Conflict

    Presented by at Mount Auburn Cemetery

    August 13, 2011


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    In the Face of Conflict

    In the Face of Conflict – a walking tour

    Many Cantabridgians now buried at Mount Auburn can be called “activists” or “reformers.” From rioting for better food in the Harvard dining halls to fighting for emancipation, these individuals stood up to injustices and created change. Join us for this special Cambridge Discovery Days walk to learn more about some of these different revolutionaries and the...

    In the Face of Conflict – a walking tour

    Many Cantabridgians now buried at Mount Auburn can be called “activists” or “reformers.” From rioting for better food in the Harvard dining halls to fighting for emancipation, these individuals stood up to injustices and created change. Join us for this special Cambridge Discovery Days walk to learn more about some of these different revolutionaries and the causes they championed.

    This program will be held as part of the annual Cambridge Discovery Days celebration. On Saturday, August 6 and Saturday, August 13, events celebrating this year’s Discovery Days theme, “In Word & Deed: Conflict and Cambridge,” will be held throughout Cambridge. Visit the Cambridge Discovery Days website for a complete schedule of events.


    Mount Auburn Cemetery

    580 Mount Auburn Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    Free


    General Day and Time Info:

    3:00 PM


    phone: 617-547-7105 ext. 850


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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