USCHS Leadership Council Members Welcome Senator Roy Blunt to the Annual Trustee Breakfast

As part of its mission to educate the public about the history of the Capitol and the Congress, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society (USCHS) hosts […] ... › READ MORE

2015 Spring Symposium, May 7-8 “Aftermath: The Consequences of the Civil War for Congress and the Federal Government”

The Spring 2015 annual symposium will focus on the impact of the Civil War on Congress and the Federal Government. Eight scholars will address various […] ... › READ MORE

Welcoming Reception for the 114th Congress

Since 1995, the U. S. Capitol Historical Society biannually has recognized the incoming Congress and, in particular, those Members who are taking their seats for […] ... › READ MORE

March 18 Book Signing Lecture: Julia King on George Hadfield: Architect of the Federal City

On Wednesday, March 18 at noon in Ketchum Hall of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Building on Capitol Hill, the United States Capitol Historical Society […] ... › READ MORE

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