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Second application period opens for Picturing America program
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NEH awards $15.7 million for 248 humanities projects.
President Bush awards the Presidential Citizens Medal to Bruce Cole.
President Bush awards the 2008 National Humanities Medals
Bruce Cole to depart the National Endowment
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We the People: NEH's American History Program
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NEH, ALA announce We the People Bookshelf grant opportunity on “Picturing America.”
Picturing America program unveiled at
the White House.
NEH awards classic books to 3,000 school and public libraries on the theme, “Created Equal,” inspired by the 2009 bicentennial of Lincoln's birth.
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Humanities Magazine
Cover of November/December 2008 Humanities; Church of the Odigitria 
                Mother of God in Kimzha, Russia.—Photo©2000 William Brumfield
(Cover image: Church of the Odigitria Mother of God in Kimzha, Russia.)
Chairman Bruce Cole talks with philanthropists Thomas and Jordan Saunders.
America's greatest reader had heavy passions for beautiful women and exceptional writing.
Mark Twain's infamous toast rocked the sensibilities of Boston's Brahmin establishment.
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