May 26, 2019

Today in History: John Keats

Today in History–September 19–the Library of Congress features poets and the seasons. On this day in 1819, English poet John Keats, wrote "To Autumn," a three-stanza ode to the splendor, bounty, and melancholy of fall. Find out more poems and poets by visiting the Today in History section, then click the links below to access 19th-century periodical articles written about Keats. John Keats Wrote Ode "To Autumn" from America's Library John Keats poems "The Poetical Works of John … [Read more...]

Today in History: Summertime!

Today in History–June 21–the Library of Congress celebrates the first official day of summer with some summertime resources. Visit the Today in History section to what they're serving up, then follow the links below to access more primary source treasures. Don't miss the baseball primary source spotlight either! Summer sheet music More summer sheet music Summer images Summer-related legislation Summer oral histories and songs Summer songs from the National Jukebox Summer … [Read more...]