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REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR THE EXPLORE PROVIDENCE TOUR IS MARCH 16.

Don't miss the opportunity to explore Providence with Barbara Barnes, Tourism Services Director of the Rhode Island Historical Society. This five hour tour leaves the Rhode Island Convention Center at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 15, returning to the Center 4:00 p.m. Cost for the tour is $49; lunch is on your own. You don't need to register for the full conference to take part, but pre-registration by March 16 is required and space is limited. www.NERGC.org

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  1. I am looking forward to this tour on Wed, Apr 15 from 11-4. My great grandparents came over from Sweden each at different times and met in RI somehow. They married on 7 Sept 1901 in Providence RI and had six children. My great grandmother died a month after the birth of the last child. Through Facebook I have connected the lines of this couple that I wish I had grown up knowing - I want to learn more about this family and times, their life, their journeys here, and more. What were the conditions that led them here from Sweden? So many questions as I pull my material together to write our story - my families story on this line.

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