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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.
An amazing collection of folk music, stories, photographs, and traditional artwork from across America.
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To honor the innovative ways in which federal libraries, librarians and library technicians fulfill the information demands of government, businesses, researchers, scholarly communities and the American public, the Federal Library and Information Network (FEDLINK) in the Library of Congress has opened nominations for its national awards for federal librarianship in fiscal year 2018. Deadline for applications is Jan. 21, 2019.Click here for more information.
from @NEHgov on Twitter: Be part of the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), a partnership between National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress to create a digital resource of newspapers published between 1690 and 1963, from all the states and U.S. territories. Applications due Jan 15: http://1.usa.gov/1ye8EKz¬
When news broke this past Friday night of President George H.W. Bush's passing at the age of 94, press reports were quick to mention his ‚Äúpatrician‚ÄĚ pedigree. The son of a United States senator, the New England-bred Mr. Bush attended an elite prep school and later Yale University.¬ Implied in such a reference is the insinuation that George Herbert Walker Bush began life with a lot compared to the average American, which wouldn't be entirely untrue.The post President George H.W. Bush's Tough But Wonderful Life appeared first on Jim Daly.
The U.S. has a growing number of citizens who do not identify with either of the parties that comprise our two-party political system. This panel discussion explored the potential impacts that this phenomenon will have on the future of political parties and American politics in general.Click here to watch the video.
Davide Ceriani discussed his project, "Defining Italian Cultural Identity in American Urban Centers through Opera from Mass Migration to World War II." Ceriani's interdisciplinary, multi-lingual research aims to fill a significant gap in immigration history, which at least in the case of Italian-Americans has focused primarily on socioeconomic improvement and only occasionally on the arts; with few exceptions, opera in particular has been ignored.Click here to watch the video.
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