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Library of Congress Nov 10
To help you during this special weekend of remembrance, we’ve assembled a guide to our comprehensive resources on World War I, including newspapers, photos, maps, papers of important figures & more  
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U.S. House History Nov 11
Today we honor our veterans. This 1927 asked Congress to establish a veterans’ hospital in .
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Library of Congress Nov 11
Today in History: 1st Armistice Day (later Veterans Day), proclaimed, 1919
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Congressdotgov Nov 9
You can locate legislation sponsored or cosponsored by a member of Congress using member profile pages on .
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Congressdotgov Nov 8
You can find many items honoring Rosa Parks on including S.531 - A bill to authorize the President to award a gold medal on behalf of the Congress to Rosa Parks in recognition of her contributions to the Nation.
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U.S. GPO Nov 7
On this day in 1916, Jeannette Rankin became the 1st woman to be elected into the United States Congress. "Women in Congress" reflects the increase in women in Congress during the last decade. Get it from the GPO Bookstore:
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Congressdotgov Nov 7
Learn how to perform advanced searches on .
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Congressdotgov Nov 6
You can explore the records of the Constitutional Convention on Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation.
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Law Library of Congress Nov 5
Search Tip – How to Track Specific Changes to Legislation with Email Alerts.
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Congressdotgov Nov 5
You can browse roll call votes on .
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Library of Congress Nov 2
Ever wanted to explore our collections but didn't know where to start? Join us and Innovator-in-Residence Jer Thorp for a on Twitter from 1-4 PM ET, Thursday, Nov. 8
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LOC Crowdsourcing Nov 2
We're stumping for a new Challenge in honor of ! Can you help complete documents "1858-1859: Presidential nomination" by next Tues? In these years Lincoln rose to natl. fame, lost a Senate race, & won a Presidential nom.
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U.S. House History Nov 2
He's the only sitting House Member to be elected POTUS. in 1880.
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Congressdotgov Nov 2
Just click "search" to browse the Congressional Research Service Reports on .
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Congressdotgov Nov 1
You can receive an email from after a Member has new remarks printed in the Congressional Record.
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Law Library of Congress Oct 31
Our pic of the week is a look inside the Public Vault at the Congressional Cemetery. We hope you have a safe and happy !
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Congressdotgov Oct 31
Looking for committee name history? This finding aid lists active and terminated House, Senate, and joint committees and commissions authorized to interact with the data sets.
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Congressdotgov Oct 30
You can browse legislation by geographic entity on .
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Congressdotgov Oct 29
The team has started work on a calendar for Senate and House of Representatives committee hearings and markups, and has updated the Calendars and Schedules page to include committee schedule links.
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Library of Congress Oct 27
Theodore Roosevelt was born in 1858. We recently put a huge collection of his papers online (276,000 documents!) -- letters, speeches, executive orders, scrapbooks, diaries...Read about the highlights and see them for yourself!
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