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Whether or not you celebrate Passover, view a rare & beautiful Passover haggadah from the Library’s collections
A former West Point cadet, now a rebel, warned his former teacher that Ft Sumter would be attacked #OTD 1861
Lecture Series Covers Solar Storms, Saturn's Moons, Global Economy: A spring/summer lecture series at the Libr...
#OTD Pres Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1968--AKA the Fair Housing Act
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Copyright Deposit Sets Record Straight on Noted 20th-Century Song: (The following is a guest post by Wendi A. ...
Tonight on PBS Newshour: Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey on words that moved a nation, 50 years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act.
Stay Up With A Good Book: The Library of Congress National Book Festival, as you’ve no doubt heard, is going t...
Authors Announced for 2014 National Book Festival: A wealth of authors, poets and illustrators for readers of ...
America At Play: As major league baseball prepared to celebrate what it thought was the sport’s centennial in ...
Jefferson’s 6,487 book collection helped establish the Library after British troops set fire to the Capitol in 1814
#trivia @librarycongress asks Is Thuronyi Bluff a poker strategy, Antarctic feature, crime case? #scigov
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We've been honored by @TheWebbyAwards for best practices on our @congressdotgov site:
From our Teacher in Residence: ways to bring #poetry to your school library #tlchat #engchat
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Happy Birthday British photographer & innovator Eadweard Muybridge…
Blue skies and white cherry blossoms on grounds of @librarycongress this afternoon. #DC
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The Sound of Freedom: Marian Anderson at the Lincoln Memorial: (The following is a guest post by Audrey Fische...
In 1963 #OTD Winston Churchill became an honorary citizen of the U.S.--the country he called the “Great Republic.”
InRetrospect: March 2014 Blogging Edition: March came in like a lion with lots of interesting posts in the Lib...
Come see the real thing now at the Library, but we've just added the online version of our Persian book exhibit
Bob Patrick, Director of the Veterans History Project at @librarycongress, and the growing oral history holdings.
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Coffee houses rose to popularity in the 50s & an entire folk-music loving culture of coffee houses ensued.