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VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations Rewind: “Still Standing: The Relics of School Segregation in Montgomery County”

VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations Rewind: “Still Standing: The Relics of School Segregation in Montgomery County”

VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations Rewind: “Still Standing: The Relics of School Segregation in Montgomery County”

VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations Rewind: “Still Standing: The Relics of School Segregation in Montgomery County”

VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations Rewind: “Still Standing: The Relics of School Segregation in Montgomery County”

VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations Rewind: “Still Standing: The Relics of School Segregation in Montgomery County”

VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations Rewind: “Still Standing: The Relics of School Segregation in Montgomery County”

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VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations: “Marriotts & Motor Cars: Made for Each Other”

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VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations: “Divided Nation, Divided Town: One Woman’s Experience”

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VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations: “Chevy Chase Lake Amusement Park”

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“Chevy Chase Lake Amusement Park”
with Beth Huffer
Tuesday, September 29 @ 2:00 p.m.

The Chevy Chase Lake Amusement Park, located at the end of the Connecticut Avenue streetcar line, was marketed as an exclusive destination for the “higher classes” of Washington. Join Beth Huffer, Director of the Archive and Research Center at the Chevy Chase Historical Society, as she discusses the development and history of the park, intended to attract prospective buyers for the suburban development, and the documented exclusion of Black Americans to access the park.

Register for the event HERE. Please note that the Zoom session is limited to 100 participants, so if you want to ensure your spot make sure to register in advance! Once the Zoom session is full, you can watch on Facebook where it’ll be streamed live. If you have further questions about accessing the conversation via Zoom, please contact Matt Gagle, Director of Programs, at MGagle@MontgomeryHistory.org