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Born in a Barn: Woodneath’s Farming Past
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Born in a Barn: Woodneath’s Farming Past

Did you know that the land where the
Yom Hashoah: The Day We Remember the Holocaust
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Yom Hashoah: The Day We Remember the Holocaust

Many people honor those who died in the Holocaust on January 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Shakespeare: The Bard Is Not Boring!
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Shakespeare: The Bard Is Not Boring!

“I hate Shakespeare!
Black History Month
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Black History Month

Happy Black History Month, everyone!
Pearl Harbor: Where Heroes Sleep
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Pearl Harbor: Where Heroes Sleep

“…[A] date that will live in infamy.” These are the immortal words spoken by President Roosevelt during
Thanksgiving
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Thanksgiving

As Thanksgiving nears, people begin to gather with their family and friends to celebrate the holidays an
When Britain Was Roman
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When Britain Was Roman

I was raised in an Italian family, but I always had a fondness for the British Isles.
Way to Go, MO! We’re All FANs!
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Way to Go, MO! We’re All FANs!

To family historians, the term “FAN Club” serves as a reminder to extend our research to the F
From the Director: Women’s History Month
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From the Director: Women’s History Month

Many of you will not be surprised to learn that I was reading
Kansas City Black History
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Kansas City Black History

Nearly a century ago, Carter Woodson wanted to draw the nation’s attention to what he considered an over
MCPL Spotlights Missouri’s 200-Year History
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MCPL Spotlights Missouri’s 200-Year History

In six months, Missouri will reach its 200-year anniversary of becoming the 24th state.
From the Director: Explore Black History
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From the Director: Explore Black History

Many people know that one of my favorite