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Student reads at a podium during Read-a-Thon

Reading and Righting

Libraries’ Black History Month Event Celebrates Great Writers

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February Fell from the Ladies Almanack

An Illustrated History

Exhibit Celebrates Artwork of Innovative Feminist Djuna Barnes

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Op/ed: What You Didn’t Know About the Reverse Underground Railroad

History Professor, Author Says Stories of Free People Kidnapped Into Slavery Need to Be Told

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Stamping Students’ History

New University Archives Initiative Seeks to Preserve Terp Organizations’ Past

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Spiro T. Agnew

‘Nattering Nabobs’ and Other Nuggets From Agnew, Now Digitized

University Libraries Expands Archives of Audio Recordings From Former Vice President’s Speeches, Press Conferences

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Illustration of African American man being kidnapped. The illustration reads, "Anti-Slavery Almanac. A Northern Freeman Enslaved by Northern Hands."

The Other Slave Trade

Professor’s New Book Chronicles Story of Northern Boys Kidnapped Into Slavery and Their Journey Home

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Still from "Downton Abbey" movie, showing Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Talbot dancing with Matthew Goode as Henry Talbot

A Return to ‘Downton’

Period Drama Expert Analyzes Show’s Tip-top Transition to the Multiplex

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early-20th-century African American clubwomen

Voting Fights

Exhibit Co-curated by UMD Professor Marks 100th Anniversary of 19th Amendment

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1926 aerial view of campus

Mapping MAC to UMD

Libraries’ New Interactive Site Tells Story of Campus’ Growth, Changes

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Hamilton musical number

Historian: “Hamilton” the Ultimate Teachable Moment

Professor Travels Country Parsing Popular Musical’s Merits

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Stonewall riot

Stonewall at 50

Watershed Moment in Gay Rights Movement Still Resonates, Expert Says

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Masters of Disasters

Class Teaches Students About Tragedies, From Real World to Silver Screen

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