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Black Creek Pioneer Village presents: History Talks! Manly Men
Join us to hear our visiting experts talk about manly men in 19th century Ontario.

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Place:   Black Creek Pioneer Village Visitor's Centre 1000 Murray Ross Parkway Toronto
Date:   Tuesdays: March 24, 31 and April 7, 2009
Time:   7pm - 9pm (talks begin at 7:30)
Cost:   $12/evening $30/all three evenings
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From Issue No. 138 | March 3, 2009

Tuesday March 24, 2009
Tough Bodies, Fast Dogs, Well-Dressed Wives: Measures of Manhood Among French-Canadian Voyageurs in the North American Fur Trade.

Tuesday March 31, 2009
MARK MOSS, Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology
Adventure and Action: Reading and Boyhood in Late Nineteenth Century Ontario.

Tuesday April 7, 2009
ROBIN GRAZLEY, Queen's University
"Puttering," Proposals, and Principles: Marriage and Manliness in Upper Canada.

Members: $10/evening $25/all three evenings
Public: $12/evening $30/all three evenings

Seats Should be Reserved in Advance!
To Reserve your spot or for more information please call : 416-667-6295

This speaker series is generously supported by
the York Centre District Womens Institute & the Kathleen Drope Chapter IODE.

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