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Waltham Book Club
One Thousand White Women: The Journals of May Dodd by Jim Fergus
An alternate history based on the "covert and controversial 'Brides for Indians' program, launched by the administration of Ulysses S. Grant...intended to help assimilate the Indians into the white man's world." - From the publisher
Books are available at the Main Circulation Desk during the month before the meeting. For more information: Kate Tranquada, 781-314-3432, firstname.lastname@example.org, waltham.lib.ma.us/bookclub
Held in the Trustees Room, 2nd Floor
More About City of Waltham Public Library
The Waltham Public Library was founded in 1865 when Francis Buttrick, a Waltham citizen, donated enough money for the library building to be constructed. Its collection includes more than 155,000 books and 400 magazines and newspapers, with plenty of space to quietly sit with them. The audio/visual collection houses a whopping 22,000 CDs and 18,000 DVDs and video tapes.
The library is open seven days a week and allows members to access their accounts on their home computer. Metered parking is available behind the library.