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A new and imaginative way to access the Library of Congress' American Memory Collection is through its "Today in History" page. This new feature will provide historical facts related to the current date along with links to materials from the extensive online collections. The first three days highlighted April Fool's Day, General Robert E. Lee's evacuation of Richmond Virginia, and John Burrows, a nature essayist. Previous days' sites will be archived for future reference, with the archive being updated every Friday. The "Yesterday" link allows users to view previous days' entries before the weekly archive update.
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Alternate Title Today in History: American Memory: Library of Congress
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Date Issued 1997-
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Scout Publication
Date of Scout Publication 1997-04-04
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/1997/0404

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