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Center Opens an “E-Store”

The National History Center has opened a virtual E-store with the help of Amazon.com.

In the E-Store, the books recommended from the various programs run by the Center are listed by topic and available through Amazon for purchase.  By buying books through the National History Center’s e-store, you can help support the programs the Center runs, as Amazon donates a percentage of the purchase back to the Center.

The recommendations include books from the congressional briefings series, the Oxford University Press Series Reinterpreting History, and the lecture series with the Council on Foreign Relations.   For the summer institutes, the e-store lists both the required and recommended reading for the participants.  Under the Decolonization subject, the books listed are decolonization seminar’s required reading for the participants and books authored by the leaders, but also books published as a result of the research undertaken during the seminar.

Patrons to the e-store can also shop for and purchase other books and products for sale at Amazon, including e-books, videos, clothing, or shoes.

Click here to enter the store and start collecting the recommended books.  The E-store is also available in the navigation bar.