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    Teaching Youth

    to become community leaders

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    Telling Stories

    that reflect individual lives

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    Joining Schools

    to connect students with history

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    Defining Paths

    that lead to a shared future

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Running:  April, 2014—February, 2015

The story of Everell Dutton’s life exemplifies the pioneer spirit, dedication of the solider, and richness of the Gilded Age. Through Dutton’s letters, photographs, maps, artifacts, and newspapers, we gain insight into the challenges, work ethics, and vision of man, community and nation. This exhibit is now closed, however please visit generaldutton.org.

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Posted:  February 17, 2015

Since genealogy is one of the main reason’s people come to the Sycamore History Museum, I thought this would be a fun link to share:  http://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/sc-fam-0210-family-history-20150205-story.html.   The article “Writing your family’s history” appeared in the Chicago Tribune’s Life & Style section, Sunday, February 15. I loved that Nara Schoenberg, the author, not only explored […]

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Sycamore True Republican, August 31, 1887
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