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  • Bob Huddleston
    Of interest... Take care, Bob Judy and Bob Huddleston 10643 Sperry Street Northglenn, CO 80234-3612 303.451.6376 Huddleston.r@comcast.net ...the greatest and
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      Of interest...

      Take care,

      Bob

      Judy and Bob Huddleston
      10643 Sperry Street
      Northglenn, CO 80234-3612
      303.451.6376 Huddleston.r@...

      ...the greatest and the noblest man of the last century was Abraham
      Lincoln.Though America was his motherland and he was an American, he
      regarded the whole world as his native land.

      Mahatma Gandhi, August 26, 1905

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      Subject: ANN: Library of Congress U.S. Civil War Regimental Histories guide

      From: William Elsbury [mailto:wels@...]
      Subject: Library of Congress U.S. Civil War Regimental Histories guide

      The Library of Congress online guide, U.S. Civil War Regimental Histories in
      the Library of Congress, is being updated and has been modified in an
      important way. Instead of the guide consisting of a collection of static web
      pages based on old and sometimes inaccurate information, it has now been
      designed to incorporate a live catalog search each time a user clicks on a
      unit's link. These searches are automatically executed using customized
      search strings of call numbers and terms, created by my colleague Art
      Emerson. In addition to published regimental histories, the guide now
      includes related materials such as published diaries and collections of
      letters, and personal memoirs. This is the first update of the guide since
      it was created nearly ten years ago. We hope researchers will find the guide
      even more useful than it had previously been. Access the guide at
      http://www.loc.gov/rr/main/uscivilwar/

      Will Elsbury
      Civil War Specialist
      Humanities and Social Sciences Division
      The Library of Congress
      From: William Elsbury [mailto:wels@...]
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