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Stories Published in this Year

Eating History | Fall 2011 (Volume: 61, Issue: 2)

A New York Public Library program asks the public to help transcribe 10,000 historic menus

America's oldest recorded music goes online at a new Library of Congress website

A Lincoln-commissioned naval hospital opens its
doors in its newest reincarnation as a vibrant cultural community

Jefferson on the Bible | Fall 2011 (Volume: 61, Issue: 2)

Thomas Jefferson took his scissors to the Bible in search of truth

A new look at a famous Revolutionary figure questions whether history’s long-standing judgment is accurate

Snapshot in Time | Fall 2011 (Volume: 61, Issue: 2)

Restoration experts make a startling discovery that an 1848 daguerreotype hides a wealth of insight into life in a pre-war riverside town

An Ignoble Profession | Fall 2011 (Volume: 61, Issue: 2)

The business of forging George Washington’s signature and correspondence to sell to unwitting buyers goes back 150 years

Adventures in Paris | Fall 2011 (Volume: 61, Issue: 2)

American artist Augustus Saint-Gaudens finds inspiration in France to create one of America’s most iconic sculptures, a memorial to Civil War hero Adm. David Farragut

About The Civil War | Spring 2011 (Volume: 61, Issue: 1)

SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION: The Home Front Map—Guide to Appalachia

Goodbye to the Last Doughboy | Spring 2011 (Volume: 61, Issue: 1)

Tribute to Frank Buckles, the last American World-War-I veteran

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