Academic journal article The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc.

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Academic journal article The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc.

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LINDA STANTON RESIGNS FROM BOOK SALES: NEW PROGRAM HEAD NEEDED

After over ten years of running the EAIA Book Sales Program, Linda Stanton has decided it is time to step down. We are looking for a replacement. The basic job consists of maintaining the inventory of books and filling the orders from members as they come in. This is one of the important volunteer jobs that makes the program possible. The pleasures of the job include contact with enthusiastic, curious members who inquire about books and having all the books in the program pass through your hands. If you think you might be interested in succeeding Linda, please call her at (828) 837-6533 and learn more about the details of the job.

ANNE BAKER RECEIVES AWARD

EAIA member Anne Baker has been named a Local History Hero by the Bay State Historical League at their annual conference on Tuesday, May 25, at the National Heritage Museum in Lexington.. She was honored for her efforts in saving, moving, or restoring historic houses in Massachusetts.

Founded in 1903, the Bay State Historical League is a nonprofit organization that offers professional development programs and services to persons and organizations working to promote the preservation and presentation of history in Massachusetts.

In 2001, the league created the Local History Hero Award to honor those who make history in their community, use history in exciting ways, or reach out to engage new audiences in local history. …

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