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Detroit's streetcar heritage by Kenneth C Springirth

The year 1969 saw the release of many films that have become classics. It's hard to believe that  it's been 50 years since Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid  was in theaters, but it premiered on October 24, 1969! Check out some of the year's other great films that have stood the test of time.

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First : Sandra Day O'Connor by 1951- Evan Thomas

Baseball is back! Get back in the swing of things by reading about some of the biggest stars in the game.

Jackie Robinson : an integrated life by J. Christopher Schutz

April 2, 1513.  Spanish explorer Ponce De Leon sighted Florida and claimed it for Spain. His landing site is now present day St. Augustine -  the oldest city in the continental United States.

April 2, 1792.  Congress established the first U.S. Mint in the city of Philadelphia.

The Cold War : a new history by John Lewis Gaddis

April 4, 1949. NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organization) was created with the signing of a treaty by twelve nations united for common military defense against the threat of expansion by Soviet Russia into Western Europe.

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Horizon by 1945- Barry Holstun Lopez

 

While celebrating St. Patrick's Day let us remember the history and contributions of not only the Irish, but of all of the immigrants who have made this country great -  both in the past and in the present.

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March is Women's History Month. Find out about the many brave and talented  women who have influenced world history by watching some of these fascinating documentaries from the Library's collection:

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