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Brookeville and the Burning of Washington: A Tale of Two Capitals

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Date(s) - 02/25/2020
7:00 pm

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“Brookeville and the Burning of Washington: A Tale of Two Capitals” will be presented at 7 p.m. at Salem United Methodist Church Community Hall, 12 High St. (Georgia Avenue), Brookeville. Brookeville has been known as “Capital of the United States for a Day“ since President Madison resided there for one night during the War of 1812. Sandra Heiler, resident of the Madison House, will discuss what happened that summer and why it happened in Brookeville. Free; no registration required. For more, call 301-774-7772 or visit www.salemunitedmethodist.org.

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