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A Self-Portrait of the American People
The Library of Congress: Eyes of the Nation is the first compendium of the more than 110 million treasures which are held in safekeeping at the Library of Congress, the world's largest archive - treasures which, collectively, constitute our national heritage. It documents the American Experience, in all of its richness, through eyewitness accounts in every form of human endeavor and testifies to a grand collaboration of almost two centuries between the Library of Congress and the citizens of our great nation. The result is a telling portrait - indeed a definitive self-portrait - of the American people.
Over 3,000 images of primary historical importance with integrated access to hundreds of thousands on the Web site of the Library of Congress.
The historical commentary by Alan Brinkley is from the book Eyes of the Nation published by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
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Macintosh: PowerPC Macintosh, System 7.1+, 8MB RAM, 640x480 display, thousands of colors, 2x CD-ROM drive, compatible pointing device.
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