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Anita Danker
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Research on Italian Internment Camps
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Linda Dantonio Nov 2, 2012.

Framingham History
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Anita Danker Jun 27, 2008.


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Heritage Trails in New England

Colleagues interested in Heritage Trails in New England
Aug 27, 2016
Anita Danker posted a status
"Does anyone remember the names of polio victims being published in the local papers during the 1950s?"
Mar 6, 2015
Anita Danker posted a status
"I am interested in learning more about underground railroad activity in the Clam Point section of Dorchester. Does anyone have any leads?"
Nov 1, 2014
Anita Danker posted a status
"I am searching for information about Bosworth Hospital in Brookline, MA. It no longer exists but was operating in the 1930s."
Jul 10, 2014
Anita Danker posted a status
"I am looking for programs for the New England Chautauqua which met in Framingham, MA, from 1874 -- 1919. I am researching changes over time."
Jan 30, 2013
Linda Dantonio replied to the discussion 'Research on Italian Internment Camps'
"Thank you! Good to know @ the Devers camp...wish I could get a definite on Rutland."
Nov 2, 2012
Anne Marie Reardon replied to the discussion 'Research on Italian Internment Camps'
"Linda - my guess is that if there was a Rutland camp, it was a satellite of Fort Devens in Ayer, MA, and probably made up of German POWs. I don't remember seeing direct mention of the camp (it was not one of the big satellites, most likely),…"
Nov 2, 2012
Pamela Worden replied to the discussion 'Research on Italian Internment Camps'
"Another neighbor, who did not grow up in Rockland remembers a camp in Reedsville, MA where the Stop&Shop storage is.  She does not know whether German or Italian or what they worked at. Mentioned railroads as a possibility."
Nov 2, 2012

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Major areas of interest
Cultural Heritage, Education (college/university), Education (K-12), Ethnic Studies, Genealogy, Geography, History, Literature, Local Studies

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At 10:36 on June 17, 2008, Bobby Robinson said…
Hi Anita! Great to hear from you & I look forward to sharing African American trail tales with you! If you ever want company viewing the trails (especially Martha's Vineyard & the Housatonic) let me know. At least a luncheon is in order. Bobby Robinson
At 9:29 on June 7, 2008, Earl Taylor said…
Hello Anita,

Have you seen my site ?

Earl Taylor
At 12:04 on June 5, 2008, Heather Cole said…
Hi Anita! I see that Joanne got you set up earlier this week. We're hoping to get everyone else set up this afternoon. Stay tuned!
At 16:58 on June 4, 2008, Anita Danker said…
I had no trouble receiving this message, so let's hope you are right and it all works out.
At 14:22 on June 4, 2008, Joanne Riley said…
Hi Anita - welcome to the MA Studies Network! It was great meeting with you today.

I checked on the Macintosh / Safari question, and it looks like Ning works fine on Safari 3. Is that the browser version you have?
From NING Help:
" What browsers does Ning support?

Ning runs best on the following browsers:

* Firefox 2
* Internet Explorer 6 or 7
* Safari 3

Although you’re welcome to use Ning with a browser that is not in this list, we cannot guarantee that all of our features will work correctly."


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