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This montage of images shows the progress that’s been made at the Seward/Mapes Homestead. Stop by The Restoration Committee’s booth on North Main Street during the Florida Family Fun Fest this Sunday, Aug. 12, from 1 to 8 p.m. In honoring the lives and accomplishments of two men deeply engaged in the American Civil War on different levels – one as Secretary of State in the Lincoln Administration and the other as a humble Union soldier, Florida celebrates an important part of the nation’s history. Want more information? Contact thinkalaska@sewardhomestead.org or call Roger Dowd at 845-294-3839. There’s also the website: sewardhomestead.org.



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