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America's oldest book sells for record $14.2M
The world's most valuable book sold Tuesday for $14.16 million at Sotheby's in New York, according to the auction house. Published in 1640, the rare Bay Psalm Book is the first book ever written and...
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A timeline of the life of Father Junipero Serra
... Miguel Joseph Serra is born on Nov. 24 to Antonio Serra and his wife, Margarita Ferrer, poor farmers on the Spanish island of Mallorca. They give him the same name as their firstborn child, who...
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The Gettysburg Address: Much noted and long remem...
The celebration of the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address offers an opportunity not simply to memorialize an extraordinary speech; it provides a model and a mirror for writing...
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San Marino’s Huntington Library re-opens after 17...
reopens the Main Exhibition Hall of its historic library building after a 17-month-long renovation and reinstallation project. WALT MANCINI — STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER SAN MARINO >>...
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Visit six of the world's most spectacular gardens
Julie Bawden-Davis Posted: Friday, November 8, 2013, 3:04 PM No doubt one of the most famous gardens in the world, this 250-acre masterpiece dates back to the time of Louis XIV. Designing and...
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