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Inspired by Nannie’s Article in the Post? Join Us This Summer!

In this weekend’s Washington Post, there was an article about a child interred in Georgetown’s Mt. Zion Female Union Band Society Cemetery. Nannie, as her …

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Emancipation Day 2021

  Last Friday, Eagle Eye joined the Mt. Zion Female Union Band Society Historical Memorial Park, Inc. for an Emancipation Day celebration. Emancipation Day marks …

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Complimentary AP US History Review!

Although you might be learning new material in school, it is time to start reviewing for the AP US History Exam! Join Garrett Lowe Ph.D. …

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Free this week? Volunteers needed!

Eagle Eye has an opportunity to help out in the Mt. Zion-FUBS Cemetery (see description below). If you are on spring break this week (or free …

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International Women’s Day: Frances Perkins

In honor of International Women’s Day, we over here at Eagle Eye are choosing to remind everyone of the legacy of Frances Perkins.  She came …

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Get Out! Hirshorn Sculpture Garden

Our recommendation for today is a day late, which is pretty on-brand for the last Saturday of February – a doleful month if there ever …

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Black Lives Matter(ed): Henrietta and James Lewis

Last week we shortchanged you and didn’t write about the life of one of those interred in the Mt. Zion/Female Union Band Society cemetery in …

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Get Out! Great Falls National Park

This weekend’s suggested outing is probably best tackled tomorrow unless you really like the cold – which I do, but I am a bit of …

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