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Holocaust Survivor Talk and Book Signing
Public · Hosted by Stevens County Historical Society & Museum

Join us at the Stevens County History Museum as we host Fred Amram, a World War II holocaust survivor. He will talk about his book, "We're in America Now: A Survivor's Stories" which will be available for purchase and signing.

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