NHSM Event: Final Lecture in Camp Kosciuszko Series

The Niagara Historical Society presents the final lecture in their series which compliments the Museum’s temporary exhibit on Camp Kosciuszko.  On Thursday, September 20 at 7:30 pm, Anthony Adamsky presents “Falcons of Freedom”.

Anthony will be discussing his role in the upcoming documentary ‘Falcons of Freedom’ published by Polish Public Television which chronicles his search for his Great-grandfather’s story of service in the Polish/American military during The First World War. This journey took him through five states and three countries as he traced his Great-grandfather’s footsteps, uncovered unknown documents from archives, and culminated in visiting his Great-grandfather’s home town in Poland. Anthony will share what it was like filming this documentary and uncovering stories and documents that hadn’t seen the light of day in almost 100 years.

Anthony Adamsky resides in Bridgewater, New Hampshire overlooking Newfound Lake and the White Mountains. He owns and operates an Antique store, The Quince and Quail, in nearby Ashland with his partner Maxwell. Anthony has had a passion for history from a young age and graduated from University with a bachelor’s degree in History and Political Science in 2015. He enjoys researching his family history as well as performing living history/re-enacting exhibitions mainly focusing on the US Army experience during WWII.

The 2018 Lecture Series is generously sponsored by Geoffrey & Lorraine Joyner and the Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed & Breakfast Association.  Admission to all lectures is $10 for the general public or free for Niagara Historical Society members.  Seating is limited so registration is required. To register, stop by the Museum or call 905-468-3912.

For more information on the Niagara Historical Society & Museum and its special events and exhibitions, please visit www.niagarahistorical.museum or call 905-468-3912. The Museum is located at 43 Castlereagh Street and is open daily 1pm–5 pm from November to April, and 10am-5pm from May through October.

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Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 7:30pm NHSM Event: Final Lecture in Camp Kosciuszko Series

The Niagara Historical Society presents the final lecture in their series which compliments the Museum’s temporary exhibit on Camp Kosciuszko.  On Thursday, September 20 at 7:30 pm, Anthony Adamsky presents “Falcons of Freedom”.

Anthony will be discussing his role in the upcoming documentary ‘Falcons of Freedom’ published by Polish Public Television which chronicles his search for his Great-grandfather’s story of service in the Polish/American military during The First World War. This journey took him through five states and three countries as he traced his Great-grandfather’s footsteps, uncovered unknown documents from archives, and culminated in visiting his Great-grandfather’s home town in Poland. Anthony will share what it was like filming this documentary and uncovering stories and documents that hadn’t seen the light of day in almost 100 years.

Anthony Adamsky resides in Bridgewater, New Hampshire overlooking Newfound Lake and the White Mountains. He owns and operates an Antique store, The Quince and Quail, in nearby Ashland with his partner Maxwell. Anthony has had a passion for history from a young age and graduated from University with a bachelor’s degree in History and Political Science in 2015. He enjoys researching his family history as well as performing living history/re-enacting exhibitions mainly focusing on the US Army experience during WWII.

The 2018 Lecture Series is generously sponsored by Geoffrey & Lorraine Joyner and the Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed & Breakfast Association.  Admission to all lectures is $10 for the general public or free for Niagara Historical Society members.  Seating is limited so registration is required. To register, stop by the Museum or call 905-468-3912.

For more information on the Niagara Historical Society & Museum and its special events and exhibitions, please visit www.niagarahistorical.museum or call 905-468-3912. The Museum is located at 43 Castlereagh Street and is open daily 1pm–5 pm from November to April, and 10am-5pm from May through October.

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