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Oklahoma City University's book discussion series on Civil War continues

The next book of the Let's Talk About It Oklahoma book discussion series at Oklahoma City University will be "Ordeal By Fire, Volume II: The Civil War” by James McPherson. The free public discussion will be Oct. 12.

From Staff Reports Published: October 6, 2010
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The next book of the Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma! book discussion series at Oklahoma City University will be "Ordeal By Fire, Volume II: The Civil War” by James McPherson. The discussion at 7 p.m. Oct. 12 is free to everyone. It will be in Walker Center, room 151, on Florida Avenue near NW 26.
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