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Greenville News reports on Furman, Upcountry History Museum partnership

Furman and the Upcountry History Museum celebrated their new partnership Wednesday, Feb. 29 with a special event at the museum in downtown Greenville.  Furman had announced earlier that, five years after the museum first opened its doors, the university would return to the site of the former Furman women’s campus to play an institutional role in Greenville’s cultural redevelopment at Heritage Green.  The Greenville News was there to cover the celebration.

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