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Students take a close analytical look at the historic Minerva mosaic from the Great Hall of the Library of Congress, and discover what it can tell them about the mission of the Library's founders.

Educational Resources features lesson plans that invite students to examine George Washington's annotated copy...

Image of the Declaration of Independence, which begins 'When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them...'

Charters of Freedom features primary documents that shaped U.S. history. See images of the Declaration of...

Image of daily life in the colonies.

Liberty! The American Revolution is an online companion to the 6-part PBS series. It begins in the aftermath of the French...

Image of the facade of the Supreme Court building.

Interactive Constitution lets you search the Constitution and find relevant passages and explanations. Discover...


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