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THE FREDERICK LEE LECTURES Alleg EMADISON HISTORICAL SOCIETY KIYOTA MADISON'S IMMIGRANT HISTORY: HOW IMMIGRANTS SHAPED COMMUNITY LIFE AND WERE IN TURN SHAPED BY IT March 8 (snow date March 15) Main Street's Merchant Immigrants January 12 (snow date January 19) Founding of the American Republic February 9 (snow date February 16) Madison's German Immigrants Madison native and teacher Fred Raudat Roxanne Coady of RJ Julia Booksellers will bring to life the stories of the British, Czech, German, Irish, Italian, and Russian men and women who built thriving businesses on Madison's Main Street at the turn of the last century. Architect and author Duo Dickinson will focus on the radicals who fled Europe seeking religious freedom. His talk will explore the community they founded around the meetinghouse and the village green. continues the series with a talk on Madison's German immigrants and how they assimilated into the community while preserving their cultural heritage. Lectures are held at the First Congregational Church at 4PM. Adults $5/Members $4/ Students $2. www.madisonhistory.org GENEROUS FINANCIAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY THE MAUREEN AND PETER DALTON FUND OF THE MADISON FOUNDATION. THE FREDERICK LEE LECTURES Alleg EMADISON HISTORICAL SOCIETY KIYOTA MADISON'S IMMIGRANT HISTORY: HOW IMMIGRANTS SHAPED COMMUNITY LIFE AND WERE IN TURN SHAPED BY IT March 8 (snow date March 15) Main Street's Merchant Immigrants January 12 (snow date January 19) Founding of the American Republic February 9 (snow date February 16) Madison's German Immigrants Madison native and teacher Fred Raudat Roxanne Coady of RJ Julia Booksellers will bring to life the stories of the British, Czech, German, Irish, Italian, and Russian men and women who built thriving businesses on Madison's Main Street at the turn of the last century. Architect and author Duo Dickinson will focus on the radicals who fled Europe seeking religious freedom. His talk will explore the community they founded around the meetinghouse and the village green. continues the series with a talk on Madison's German immigrants and how they assimilated into the community while preserving their cultural heritage. Lectures are held at the First Congregational Church at 4PM. Adults $5/Members $4/ Students $2. www.madisonhistory.org GENEROUS FINANCIAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY THE MAUREEN AND PETER DALTON FUND OF THE MADISON FOUNDATION.