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Friday November 26th, 2021 6:32PM

LISTEN: Ed Moser takes us on a tour of "The Lost History of the Captiol"

By Mornings on Maine Street

Ed Moser is at it again with a look at another portion of Washington D.C. through the lens of time. "The Lost History of the Capitol: The Hidden and Tumultuous Saga of Congress and the Capitol Building" gives you facts about the Capitol you didn't get in your high school or even college history classes. 

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