Artifacts revive Vietnam-era memories...

Artifacts revive Vietnam-era memories at Glassboro museum

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Many assume the two-story South Jersey Museum of American History is filled with artifacts chronicling the garden half of the Garden State.

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#1 Oct 7, 2012
Is Benghazi part of American history now? How will it go into the History books?

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