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'The Immigrant's Tale'
Friends of the Birmingham Historical Museum and Park's free lecture series will be given by Greg Kowalski, editor of the Birmingham Eccentric. Kowalski will discuss how an immigrant influx changed the small farming village of Hamtramck into a major industrial city in 10 short years.
More About Baldwin Public Library
Founded by Birmingham matriarch Martha Baldwin, after whom the library was later named, the Baldwin Public Library has served residents of Birmingham and the surrounding communities for more than 150 years. Besides books, the library also lets patrons borrow music, movies and auidiobooks, alongside a large stable of programs and classes for children, teens, adults and seniors.
The library also provides community members with research databases, resources for job-seekers, magazines, Internet access, quiet meeting rooms, a selection of new releases, multiple copies of book club books, and reading rooms equipped with couches, chairs, tables, lamps and power outlets.