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Honeywell House

Mark Twain's World Travels

Mark Twain's World Travels

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Thurs. Sept. 12 at 7 pm

Honeywell House


Free admission - reservations required due to limited seating


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Purdue University's Distinguished Alumnus, Professor Benjamin Lawson, returns to his hometown to discuss Mark Twain's diverse writings. While Twain is renowned for his Mississippi River fiction, he also penned non-

fiction exploring global locales. Works like The Innocents Abroad and Following the Equator delve into his travels and reflections on diverse 

cultures, influencing his views on America.

Honeywell House events are made possible by the generous support of presenting sponsor

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Dr. Ford Home exhibits and events are made possible by the generous support of

Ford Meter Box Foundation, Inc.

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