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Headstones and History

Uncovering the Truth

As we delve into the lives of those buried in the Mt. Zion/Female Union Band Society Cemeteries in our Headstones and History: Black Lives Matter(ed) …

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Expanding our Understanding

We try to keep our eyes open for cool things to supplement our diet of test prep. Here’s a wonderful opportunity! Our focus in Headstones …

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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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Glimpse into the Hidden Past

We stumbled over this remarkable story last week. Glimpses of one of the worlds smashed by the Nazis. Just an astonishing story. Providing a glimpse …

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Prepare for the Holidays and Support Mt. Zion FUBS!

The Historical Activities Committee of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in DC is now taking purchase orders for their Holiday Fraser Fir Wreath …

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Winning a Noble Battle

Over here at Eagle Eye we are delighted at this news! The Mt. Zion/Female Union Band Cemeteries were saved after decades of legal battles, and …

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An Architect of Freedom

Congratulations to our Headstones and History colleague and mentor Tom Duckenfield. His work in the field of African American genealogy is outstanding, and the history …

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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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