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Documenting Democracy: 1964-2004
Max J. Evans (ed); John W. Carlin (fr)
In November 1964, the National Historical Publications & Records Commission (NHPRC) awarded its first grants for projects to further public understanding of American history, democracy, & culture. That remarkable day was the culmination of over 140 years of debate over the proper role of the national government in preserving & making public our documentary heritage. This chronology was compiled to show how the NHPRC, which was founded in 1934 as part of the National Archives, came into being & how it has grown. Since the NHPRC made its first grants, it has been providing access to primary sources to researchers, scholars, & genealogists who in turn transfer knowledge to millions more. Black & white photos & illustrations.
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