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2015 DC Historic Preservation Awards Registration

Registration is now open to attend the 2015 District of Columbia Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation.

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PA Hospital Historic Collections

The Pennsylvania Hospital (1755) by William Strickland.

The Pennsylvania Hospital Historic Collections documents the history of the Pennsylvania Hospital from 1751 to the present.

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Confluence: Considering the Anacostia Exhibit

Confluence: Considering the Anacostia presents four views of the Anacostia River from photographers who approach their shared subject through distinct lenses.

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Call for Submissions for D.C. Historical Society

New Freedom, New Lives: The 42nd Annual Conference on D.C. Historical Studies will take place on November 12-15, 2015.

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NJCH to Host Grant Workshops

The New Jersey Council for the Humanities is hosting three grant workshops in New Jersey.

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Press Conference Announces LGBT Exhibit at Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center has announced plans for a new exhibit, “Speaking Out For Equality: The Constitution, Gay Rights, and the Supreme Court.”

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Richard P. McCormick Prize

Do you know of an excellent scholarly book written about the history of New Jersey?

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