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The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati presents the following lectures at Anderson House, 2118 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. Both lectures are free and open to the public
Thursday, August 7
Please note that at the request of the project applicants, consideration of the redevelopment of the Carnegie Library by the DC Historic Preservation Review Board has been deferred until September 18th.
Lincoln’s War on Slavery in 1864
The Lincoln Group of the District of Columbia continues to commemorate significant events in the Lincoln Presidency during the commemoration of its 150th anniversary.
Today (July 28) being the anniversary of the eviction (1932) of the Bonus Expeditionary Force from the (now) Federal Triangle area, see this compilation of primary and secondary resources--links to primary and scondary resources.