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The Library of Congress As An Embodiment of the American Identity

The Library of Congress explores the American Identity with a 80 page book. Aspects of the American Identity such as Monuments, Architecture, and Government are explored. Each section is accompanied with detailed photographs.    courtesy of netTrekker
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The Library of Congress explores the American Identity with a 80-page book. Aspects of the American Identity such as Monuments, Architecture, and Government are explored. Each section is accompanied with detailed photographs.

 courtesy of netTrekker

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