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One of the upsides of the pandemic is that the National Archives is one of many institutions still offering most of its events online, allowing history lovers from anywhere to partake. This month, for example, the National Archives is hosting author talks discussing British blockade runners during the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln's relationship with Black people, and the "first civil war" between patriots and loyalists during the American Revolution as well as programs about the U.S. Constitution for elementary school students and a living history portrayal of Frederick Douglass. To register (for free) see www.archives.gov/calendar (Prior events available on the National Archives' YouTube channel.)
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