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What We’re Reading: December 2, 2010 Edition

AHA Staff | Dec 2, 2010

Smarthistory.orgIn the news this week, the National Archives National Declassification Center has announced a Prioritization Plan for releasing documents, Georgia shifts its look at the Civil War, the National Library of Medicine  adds to its Frankenstein exhibit, and two sites offer ways to search wikileaks.org. Then, check out an art history online textbook, 50 useful apps, and Charles Babbage’s “difference engine.” Finally, remember JFK through pictures and read a little girl’s letter to Abraham Lincoln encouraging him to grow a beard.



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Contributors: Elisabeth Grant and Vernon Horn

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