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The '''Commonwealth Center for the Study of American Culture''', focusing on research in American history and culture from 1815 to the present, opened at the [[College of William and Mary]] in September 1988 upon the recommendation of the State Council on Higher Education in Virginia.
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The '''Commonwealth Center for the Study of American Culture''', focusing on research in American history and culture from 1815 to the present, opened at [[William & Mary]] in September 1988 upon the recommendation of the State Council on Higher Education in Virginia.
  
 
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==Material in the Special Collections Research Center==

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The Commonwealth Center for the Study of American Culture, focusing on research in American history and culture from 1815 to the present, opened at William & Mary in September 1988 upon the recommendation of the State Council on Higher Education in Virginia.

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