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    Library of Congress
    Welcome to the Library of Congress. As the nation's library, we want to share our resources with the American people, who, through their elected representation in Congress, have created the world's largest repository of knowledge. Today, this World Wide Web site allows the Library of Congress to offer the first small but important part of our unique American historical collections as well as our catalog, the text and images from major exhibitions, the THOMAS database of current and historical information on the U.S. Congress, a Learning Page for K-12 students and teachers, a Web site for children and families that teaches history through the joy of discovery
    The Russian Church and Native Alaskan Cultures
      US - Alaska
    Library of Congress online exhibit of documents, mostly written in Russian but some in the Alaskan Native languages of Aleut, Eskimo, and Tlingit, regarding relations between the priests of the Russian Orthodox Church in Alaska and Native Alaskans, during the years 1794 to about 1915.

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