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Join Us on Emancipation Day

Eagle Eye is a proud partner of Mt Zion/Female Union Band Society Historic Memorial Park. We will be there on Saturday to honor these remarkable men, …

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Check Out this Fascinating Resource

They came on ships with hopeful names like the Speedwell, or inspiring ones like the Industry or the True Blue. Ships named after loved ones …

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Thank you, St. Albans!

A big thank you to Form A students at St. Albans! Thomas A. Duckenfield ’82 and Garrett A. Lowe ’84 had so much fun talking …

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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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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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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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Black Lives Matter(ed): Isaiah Lemmon

The man whose memory we are honoring today is the wonderfully named Isaiah Lemmon, born in 1833 in Georgetown to a free woman Charity Lemmon …

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Get Out! Oak Hill Cemetery

As we trudge toward spring, waiting for vaccines and dodging more infectious Covid mutations, we thought we would offer weekly suggestions for outings. Here’s Garrett’s …

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Black Lives Matter(ed): Mary L. Beason

To celebrate Black History, on each Thursday of February, we at Eagle Eye are going to tell the story of the lives of one of …

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