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Constance CarterConstance Carter, Head of the Science Reference Section, Library of Congress, describes the resourceful ways American housewives found to feed their families during hard times of the past.

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Webcasts and Speakers

 Food Thrift: Scraps from the Past
Constance Carter, Science Reference Section, Science, Technology & Business Division

 The Millers' Suffrage Scrapbooks
Rosemary Fry Plakas, Rare Book & Special Collections Division

 Amish Resources at the Library of Congress
Paul Connor, Local History & Genealogy

 Journals of a Pioneer Argonaut
Sara W. Duke, Prints & Photographs Division

 School Gardens
Constance Carter, Science Reference Section

 Manuscript Division holdings
Marvin Kranz, Manuscript Division

 Publishing the Declaration of Independence
Robin Shields, Serial and Government Publications

 Bringing in the May
Jennifer Cutting, American Folklife Center

 Household Technology
Constance Carter, Science Reference Section

 Inside the Library
Kurt Maier, History and Literature Cataloging Division

 Jefferson's Letter to Meriwether Lewis
Gerald Gawalt, Manuscript Division

 Rosie the Riveter
Sheridan Harvey, Humanities and Social Sciences Division

 Langston Hughes
David Kresh, Humanities and Social Sciences Division

 Pearl Harbor Oral Histories
Ann Hoog, American Folklife Center

 Digital Reference
Diane Kresh, Director for Public Service Collections

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