Smithsonian Is Collecting Artifacts from January 6th Riot

This linen banner celebrated Thomas Jefferson's victory over John Adams in the election of 1800—and the peaceful transition of power that followed. "Two hundred and twenty years after Jefferson was sworn in as president, the vulnerability of this legal and historic handover was revealed," said Hartig. (National Museum of American History)

How the Smithsonian and Other Museums are Responding to the U.S. Capitol Riot

Health Editor’s Note: The January 6th attack on the Capitol Building now has a place in history, even as more information unfolds and those who perpetuated this violence are being arrested.  Museums are collecting artifacts from his horrible time…..Carol

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