Author Spotlight: Harriet Beecher Stowe
Through her writing, Harriet Beecher Stowe altered history and inspired her readers to take action against slavery in the South. Here, we’re looking at the parts of her life that shaped her into an icon of the abolitionist movement.  
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Connecticut, American Impressionism, and Weir Farm National Historic Site
Nestled in the farmland of Connecticut, the Weir Farm National Historic Site has welcomed visitors since 1990. In his upcoming book, Weir Farm National Historic Site, artist Xiomáro details the life of Weir, and the history of the park which bears his name. Read on for a special sneak peek at Weir Farm National Historic Site, out now!
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Spending Summer Outside: 5 Father’s Day Books for the Outdoorsman
As the snow of winter finally melts away, we’re all busy planning our summer excursions. But for an avid outdoorsman, there’s no place to be like the great outdoors. With Father’s Day just around the corner, we have some great ideas for the nature lover in your life. Here are 5 of our top picks for the dad who loves to explore the outdoors.
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5 Famous American Folktales
Passed down from generation to generation, American folktales have captured the imaginations of hundreds of listeners. Here are some of the most popular folktales in American history
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The History of Circuses in America
The circus has a long history of excitement and innovation in America. From exotic animals to seemingly impossible stunts, this is the history of the circuses in America. 
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The War Between the States: 5 Books on Civil War History
The Civil War was one of the bloodiest and darkest times of the 19th century. With the highest death toll of any American-fought war, the Civil War remains one of the most well-remembered wars in American history. In honor of Memorial Day, and those that lost their lives in the bloody battle, we’re featuring 5 books on America during the Civil War.
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Military Memories: 5 Books to Celebrate Memorial Day
For over 150 years, Americans have come together to celebrate those who have fought and died for American freedom on Memorial Day. Each year, the holiday honors the fallen men and women of the five Armed Forces, who spent each day protecting the American people. In honor of Memorial Day, we’re featuring five books depicting each of the five branches through the years.
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