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The Library of Congress has announced the dates for its 11th annual National Book Festival. For the first time the event will be expanded to two days and over 80 authors are scheduled to participate (for a complete list click here). Some 150,000 book fans attended the festival in 2010.


Smithsonian American History Museum Adds New Board Members

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History recently announced that Barry M. Meyer, chairman and chief executive officer of Warner Bros., and Bob Uhler, chairman and chief executive Officer of MWH Global, Inc., have become members of its advisory board effective May 12. Three historians, Ellsworth Brown, David McCullough and Vicki Ruiz have also been more >


Tell Congress Not To Eliminate Teaching American History Grants!

Legislation (H.R. 1891) will soon be considered in the House of Representatives that would eliminate the Teaching American History (TAH) grants program at the U.S. Department of Education. We urge you to contact your Member of Congress immediately to oppose this bill. Click here to access an on-line advocacy tool that allows you to send more >


House Bill Introduced to Eliminate Teaching American History Grants

On May 13, legislation was introduced in the House of Representatives that would eliminate the Teaching American History (TAH) grants program at the U.S. Department of Education. The bill (H.R. 1891), the “Setting New Priorities in Education Spending Act,” would terminate 43 K-12 federal education programs the House Republican leadership contends are wasteful, ineffective and more >