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‘Understanding 9/11′ Features Complete, Archived News Broadcasts From Around the World

Many television networks will no longer air the most devastating moments of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, lest it upset the families of the thousands of people who lost their lives that day.

But Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive feels that that footage is essential as a “resource for scholars, journalists, and the public,” and has archived 3,000 hours of it, along with timelines and scholarly analysis.

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Were Historic Items Lost After 9/11 Terrorist Attacks?

When a pair of hijacked planes hit the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, almost 3,000 lives were lost — and it’s now coming to light that countless documents, records, and irreplaceable pieces of art were, as well.

The missing items include letters written by Helen Keller, tens of thousands of negatives of John F. Kennedy taken by his personal photographer, and pieces from famed sculptor Auguste Rodin.

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One of the photos on display at "Remember in Shreveport When... -- The Exhibit"
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Test Your Shreveport History Knowledge!

How much do you know about Shreveport's history? You can test your knowledge at an upcoming event. The Louisiana State Exhibit Museum is looking for contestants to participate in its upcoming "Shreveport Trivia Quiz

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Remember in Shreveport When…?

I got a chance yesterday to visit the Remember in Shreveport When...? exhibit at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum. All I can say is...WOW! There are SO MANY items from Shreveport's history there, from photos to furniture to uniforms

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This Day in History for June 21 – John Hinckley Verdict and More

Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:

1788 – The US Constitution is ratified and goes into effect (More info)

1915 – The US Supreme Court hands down its decision in Guinn v. United States, striking down an Oklahoma law denying the right to vote to some citizens (More info)

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