June 5 Deadline Approaches for 2014-15 Student Essay Contest

In pursuit of its mission to promote the history of the United States Congress and American representative government, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society sponsors the annual […] ... › READ MORE

June 2 Book Signing Lecture

Join the U.S. Capitol Historical Society at noon on June 2 for a discussion and book signing by David S. and Jeanne T. Heidler. This […] ... › READ MORE

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

ROOM CHANGE! The Friday, May 8 morning and afternoon sessions have been moved to Room 902 in the Hart Senate Office Building. The Spring 2015 […] ... › READ MORE

Members-Only Tour Series Announced

The U.S. Capitol Historical Society is pleased to announce the schedule for the Spring 2015 Member Tour Series. Capitol Grounds Landscape Tour Thursday, May 21, […] ... › READ MORE

The United States Capitol Historical Society is a nonprofit and nonpartisan educational organization created in 1962 to promote the history of the Capitol and Congress, USCHS serves as an informational and educational resource for its members and the general public.