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Learn how this American style of dancing has its roots all the way back to Rome.
Join us on our next time-travel adventure! The Adventures of Rush Revere book series brings American history to life in a fun, engaging, and patriotic way. Visit us to learn more! Send Rush Revere, Liberty the horse, and the Adventures Crew a note while y
The American Family Association exists to motivate and equip citizens to change the culture to reflect Biblical truth and traditional family values.
Self-instructional curriculum, pre-K thru high school.
K-12 online school. American high school diplomas available to students worldwide.
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The Library of Congress showcased a display of Colombian treasures from our vast Latin American collections, including the papers Simn Bolivar and Francisco de Paula Santander, rare literary audio recordings of Colombian writers and poets, and unique prints and photographs.Click here to watch the video.
Colorado Springs residents woke up earlier this month to the difficult and upsetting news that a police officer had been shot, a victim of a targeted assault just east of the city's downtown area.Cem Duzel, a 5-year veteran of the force, remains hospitalized and in critical but stable condition. A native of Long Island, New York, the Turkish-American patrolman has been described by friends and colleagues as “quiet,” “kindhearted” – and “one tough cookie.”Since news of the shooting, support and prayers for the wounded officer have been pouring in from all over the world.The post In Praise of Law Enforcement appeared first on Jim Daly.
Does your family love to learn on the go? Do you have a child who’s interested in Native American history or culture? Are you studying about Native Americans as part of your homeschool in the coming years? If so, we would love to have your family join us on our next road trip to New […]The post Homeschool Road Trip to the Land of Enchantment – New Mexico appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Writings and personal records of the founder of American landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted, known for his work on New York’s Central Park, the U.S. Capitol grounds in Washington, the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina and many other landscapes, have been digitized and are now available online from the Library of Congress. The archive was digitized to serve as a resource in advance of the bicentennial of Olmsted’s birth, which will be celebrated with partner organizations in 2022.Click here for more information.
Kenneth Breisch discussed his book "American Libraries 1730-1950," which celebrates the history of library architecture in America, from ultra-modern buildings to classical temples of knowledge such as the Library's Jefferson Building, considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the United States.Click here to watch the video.
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