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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
- Friday, April 21, 2017
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MALDEN HOUSING AUTHORITY
JOB OPPORTUNITYAVAILABLE
JOB TITLE: FINANCE ASSISTANT
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of her resident, participant and applicant families, as well as the general public.
The Finance Assistant works directly under the supervision of the Finance Director and performs a variety of cler-
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LEGAL NOTICE
April 21, 2017
capture thewords and actions
of Malden’s citizens as they
came to embrace and prepare
for revolution. Historian Mary
Fuhrer has developed a script
based on the lives of several
Maldenmen andwomenwith
different backgrounds and
perspectives on the events
of the time. These include the
18-year-old Reverend Peter
Thatcher, the town’s minis-
ter; Charles Hill, the keeper of
Hill’s Tavern in Malden Centre,
Peter Green, an enslaved Af-
rican-American belonging to
Darius and Bernard Green; Re-
becca Dexter, daughter of Mi-
litia Captain JohnDexter; Cap-
tain Ebenezer Harnden, a vet-
eran andMalden’s representa-
tive in theMassachusetts Gen-
eral Court; andElizabethWaite.
Together they reveal thevaried
views and voices of everyday
people in the growing strug-
gle to define their rights and
liberties.
Malden Historical Society
Board Members Frank Russell
and Marilyn Glover worked
with Freedom’s Way historian
Mary Fuhrer to research and
recover this story. Fuhrer pre-
pared the script based on the
team’s research. Freedom’s
Way is engaged in an ongoing
Paths of the Patriots outreach
program to help towns devel-
op their unique revolutionary
story and to present those sto-
ries in ways that enrich public
programs, exhibitions, school
curricula, and media resourc-
es. TheMalden Historical Soci-
ety was one of a few societies
selected to participate in the
project, which was also sup-
ported by Massachusetts Cul-
tural Council funds through a
grant from the Malden Cultur-
al Council. For more informa-
tion, visit
www.maldenhistori-
calsociety.org.
HISTORY
| SEE PAGE 10
Premiere: “Malden’s Road to Revolution”
Reenactors will portray Maldonians on the Eve of the American Revolution
T
he Malden Historical Soci-
ety, in conjunctionwith Free-
dom’sWayHeritageAssociation,
will premiere a special dramat-
ic presentation titled “Malden’s
Road to Revolution” at the So-
ciety’s 130th annual meeting
on Tuesday, May 2, at 7 p.m. in
the Ryder Gallery of the Malden
Public Library. After a short busi-
ness meeting, history will come
to life as six reenactors in pe-
riod garb portray historic Mal-
donians during the time lead-
ing up to the American Revolu-
tion. A collationwill follow in the
Carr Gallery.
This program draws on his-
toric newspaper, court, church,
townmeetingandother primary
sources to recapture the words
and actions of Malden’s citizens
as they came to embrace and
prepare for revolution. Histori-
an Mary Fuhrer has developed a
script basedon the lives of sever-
al Maldenmen andwomenwith
different backgrounds and per-
spectives on the events of the
time. These include the 18-year-
old Reverend PeterThatcher, the
town’s minister; Charles Hill, the
keeper of Hill’s Tavern inMalden
Centre, Peter Green, an enslaved
African-American belonging to
Darius and Bernard Green; Re-
beccaDexter, daughter of Militia
Captain JohnDexter; CaptainEb-
enezer Harnden, a veteran and
Malden’s representative in the
Massachusetts General Court;
and Elizabeth Waite. Together
they reveal the varied views and
voices of everyday people in the
growing struggle to define their
rights and liberties.
Malden Historical Society
Board Members Frank Russell
andMarilyn Glover worked with
Freedom’s Way historian Mary
Fuhrer to research and recov-
er this story. Fuhrer prepared
the script based on the team’s
research. Freedom’s Way is en-
gaged in an ongoing Paths of
the Patriots outreachprogramto
help towns develop their unique
revolutionary story and to pres-
ent those stories in ways that
enrich public programs, exhibi-
tions, school curricula, and me-
dia resources. The Malden His-
torical Society was one of a few
societies selected to participate
in the project, which was also
supported by Massachusetts
Cultural Council funds through
a grant from the Malden Cul-
tural Council. For more informa-
tion, visit
www.maldenhistorical-
society.org.
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