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Institute for Constitutional History Announces 2015 Seminar: “How Slavery Killed the Constitution of 1787″

The Institute for Constitutional History has announced a seminar for advanced graduate students and junior faculty on February 20, 27, March 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2015, titled “How Slavery Killed the Constitution of 1787.”

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New York Historical Society Reopened at Last

On November 11, the New York Historical Society reopened its Central Park West location following a three year, $70 million renovation project. The society updated the exterior of the building, by creating a wider main staircase and an expanded main

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“It is Delightful to Recall the Past” The New York Historical Society Returns

The words “It is delightful to recall the past” appear on the New York Historical Society’s 1904 commemorative gold medal.  As part of its strategic plan (pdf), NYHS rededicated itself to its community, proclaiming “we believe history has the power

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9/11: How Do We Remember?

As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, numerous memorials, commemorations, and exhibits mark the event. A few notable stories: In Jersey City,  the “Empty Sky” memorial will be dedicated on September 10th at 11:00 a.m.  The Shanksville Memorial honoring United

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