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You’ve Heard The Phrase “100-Year Storm?”
Who would have thought that digitized newspaper pages from the 19th century can be relevant to modern-day disaster? Our thoughts and prayers are with the people on the island of Leyte, Tacloban, in The Philippines. Re-blogged from The Library … Continue reading
150 YEARS AGO: “The Dedication of Gettysburg Cemetery,” The Caledonian, Nov. 27, 1863
The Library of Congress picked an article from The Caledonian (St. Johnsbury, VT) to commemorate the event: 150 YEARS AGO: “The Dedication of Gettysburg Cemetery,” The Caledonian, Nov. 27, 1863 On Nov. 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln presided over the … Continue reading
Resuming shipment to the Library of Congress
After a couple of weeks of shutdown, the government is operating again. While they were on hiatus, VTDNP continued to work on production and have gathered three batches (including two reworks) to be sent to the Library of Congress. They … Continue reading
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