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March, 2021

Tuesday
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Thursday
4
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History Camp has been hosting a fantastic lineup of lectures for history buffs during these COVID-restricted days. During this event of particular interest to our group, historian William C Davis will offer his take on what became the War of 1812‘s most decisive after-the-fact battle, the Battle of New Orleans. To participate, simply visit historycamp.org on March 4 at 8PM to see the live presentation.
Tuesday
9
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Join us as we learn more about the challenging and fascinating life of Paul Jennings.
Thursday
11
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The College of William and Mary‘s Alumni Association is hosting a book talk on March 11, 2021 at 4PM featuring alumna Sarah Glosson ‘98, MA ‘09, Ph.D ‘15, author of "Performing Jane: A Cultural History of Jane Austen Fandom." In her book, Glosson examines the long history of Jane Austen fans engaging with her work, from wearing hand-sewn bonnets to writing fanfiction. Glosson will discuss her book and take questions from the audience.
Monday
15
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Explore how Chief Justice John Marshall and his family lived at their Richmond home during their residence there.
Saturday
27
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The Southeastern Virginia Chapter of the Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA) has very graciously extended an invitation to the members and friends of the RSV to join them for a special online meeting with Natalie Jenner, author of the bestselling book, The Jane Austen Society, as she shares how her visits to Chawton House directly inspired her novel. This event is FREE to attend but registration in advance is required. Click on the event title for a direct link to the meeting registration.
Tuesday
30
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Join us as we learn more about the challenging and fascinating life of Paul Jennings.