Congressman John Lewis to receive 2014 Freedom Award

Congressman John Lewis to Receive U.S. Capitol Historical Society’s 2014 Freedom Award The U.S. Capitol Historical Society annually recognizes individuals that have advanced greater public […] ... › READ MORE

Congratulations to the 2013-14 We the People Constitution Challenge Winners!

  For more information on the We the People Constitution Program, click here.                         […] ... › READ MORE

Capitol Conflagrator? Major General Robert Ross and the Burning of the Capitol in 1814

Join us at noon on Wednesday, August 6 in Ketchum Hall of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Building to hear John McCavitt discuss the role […] ... › READ MORE

Support USCHS Educational Programming

Under the most famous symbol of freedom in the world — the Capitol Dome — USCHS educates people about the history of the Capitol and […] ... › READ MORE

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