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National Museum of American History Grand Reopening Ribbon Cutting

The National Museum of American History officially reopen to the public on the morning of Friday, Nov. 21, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. A procession of historical characters brought history back to the museum, kicking off a three-day festival that celebrated the new home of the Star-Spangled Banner. Colin Powell read the Gettysburg Address to an enthusiastic crowd. More at http://AmericanHistory.si.edu
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