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    Representative Tom Cole's February 2015 Book List

    The list of books recommended by Representative Tom Cole (R-OK) for February 2015 was shown.

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    African-American History

    Museum staff and participants in the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s “Save Our African American Treasures” event spoke about the museum and the…

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    New Books Being Published

    A list of new books being released the week of February 24, 2015 was shown.

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    1992 Army Training Film Sniper Employment

    This training film briefly outlines the history of snipers in U.S. military history, then instructs how snipers should be used in a variety of situations and describes techniques.

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    1979 Greensboro Shooting

    Gayle Hicks Fripp talked about the November 3, 1979, mass shooting in Greensboro, North Carolina, that came to be known as the “Greensboro Massacre” and the overall impact it…

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    Governor Morehead and Blandwood Mansion

    Benjamin Briggs visited Blandwood, home of the former North Carolina Governor John Motley Morehead. Governor Morehead was the state’s 29th governor and is known as the…

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    Dolley Madison Collection

    Susan Webster visited the Dolley Madison Collection at the Greensboro Historical Museum and talked about the first lady’s life during her time in Washington, D.C. Ms. Webster…

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    Battle at Guilford Courthouse

    John Durham visited the battlefield and talked about the Battle at Guildford County Courthouse, a Revolutionary War battle fought on March 15, 1781. He also spoke about Major General…

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    Greensboro Sit-Ins

    Deena Hayes-Greene visited the Woolworth’s counter that sparked the Greensboro sit-ins in 1960, and discussed how the museum tells the story of the young civil rights activists who…

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    Civil War Confederate Firearms Exhibit

    Jon Zachman gave a tour of the Greensboro Historical Museum’s exhibit “Through the Collectors' Eyes: Treasures of the Civil War.” The exhibit features more than 150…

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    Washington Post Nonfiction Best-Sellers List

    The Washington Post list of best-selling nonfiction books as of February 21, 2015.

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    World War I Propaganda Collection

    Keith Gorman talked about the World War I Propaganda Special Collection located at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The collection includes books and pamphlets prior to…

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    Women Veterans Historical Collection

    The Women Veterans Historic Project at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro was profiled, and speakers talked about the role women have played in the U.S. military throughout…

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    Japanese American National Museum

    Bill Shishima gave a tour of the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles Little Tokyo. Mr. Shishima was born in Little Tokyo in 1930 and spent three years at Heart…

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    April 1965 Universal Newsreel

    This April 8, 1965, Universal Newsreel is a report on the 37th Academy Awards and scenes of the Best Actor and Best Actress receiving their statuettes.

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    President Lincoln's Overcoat

    When President Lincoln was shot on April 14, 1865, he was wearing a black “Great Coat", or overcoat, inscribed with the words "One Country, One Destiny.” The coat was made…

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    U.S. Botanic Garden Conservatory

    U.S. Botanic Garden Executive Director Ari Novy gave a tour of what he calls a “living plant museum” that is located at the base of Capitol Hill and was established by Congress…

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    February 1965 Universal Newsreel

    This February 11, 1965, Universal Newsreel is a report on wounded Americans returning to California from an attack at Pleiku, Vietnam.

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    1960 Film Booked for Safekeeping

    This 1960 police training film explains how to recognize and deal with the mentally ill. Sponsored by the Louisiana Association for Mental Health, the film was shot in New Orleans…

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    New York Times Nonfiction Best-Sellers List

    The New York Times list of best-selling hardback nonfiction books as of February 7, 2015.

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