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Library of Congress 8h
Russian all-women combat unit “Women’s Battalion of Death” or “Legion of Death” sent into battle 1917
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Tune in now! Collections as Data: Impact symposium FaceBook YouTube
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Today in History: 1st all African-American production of Macbeth finishes run in Connecticut, 1936
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Library of Congress Jul 24
Hiram Bingham “rediscovers” the Inca city of Machu Picchu in Peru 1911
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Library of Congress Jul 24
Inquiring Minds: The Unheralded Story of the Card Catalog
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Library of Congress Jul 24
Library historian Julie Miller discusses James Madison on the 1st ep of new "Constitutional" podcast
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Library of Congress Jul 24
Today in History: Pioneer Day marks Mormon arrival at Great Salt Lake, 1847
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Library of Congress Jul 23
Today in History: ice cream cone introduced, 1904
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Library of Congress Jul 22
Want to be on trend for 1912? How about a swimming sweater?
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Library of Congress Jul 22
On visiting Pikes Peak OTD #1893 Katharine Lee Bates writes America the Beautiful. Original verse = “halcyon skies”
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Library of Congress Jul 22
Today in History: sculptor Alexander Calder born in Pennsylvania, 1898
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Library of Congress Jul 21
Davis Tutt & Wild Bill Hickock in 1st Wild West showdown 1865. More about the "Western Bad Man"
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Library of Congress Jul 21
TONIGHT 7pm ET: is on "Roots, Radicals and Rockers," how "skiffle" influenced popular music. Watch LIVE:
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Library of Congress Jul 21
Today in History: novelist Ernest Hemingway born, 1899
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Library of Congress Jul 20
anyone 16+ can access our collections? Step one: Register for your reader identification card:
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Library of Congress Jul 20
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Library of Congress Jul 20
Watch keynoters & at July 25 Collections as Data conf in person or via livestream
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Library of Congress Jul 20
A New Website and More: Expanding Our Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
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