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Zoë Morgan, Curriculum Specialist at Conner Prairie Museum, and Sampson Levingston, lover of Indiana history and creator of Through2Eyes, discuss the Power of Place and the importance of learning the full history of your neighborhood and your community. Why does place have so much power? How does knowing where we come from help us to become good stewards? Learn about how history, through the lens of place, can help us understand our past and shape our future.

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beginner-friendly

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