2018 Presentation Schedule – By Coni Dubois


Hi everyone!

Just wanted to let everyone know I am scheduling presentations for 2018!

If you are interested in scheduling – email me at: chagumdescendants@gmail.com

I will be speaking at:

I am planning both of these in the same trip – will update once dates are locked in!

  1. Plainfield Township Historical Commission

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Should be sometime in August/Sept 2018 (working on locking in a date)

This will be my 2nd appearance at the Plainfield Twp. Historical Commission~

1st appearance was 5/14/13

I will also be speaking at:

2. Marshall County Historical Society
123 N. Michigan Street Plymouth, IN 46563
(574) 936-2306

Open: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 – 4:00
Closed: Sundays, Mondays & County Holidays

Should be also be sometime in August/Sept 2018

(locking in date around Sept 2017 when they start scheduling them)

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