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Supreme Court Historical Society, http://www.supremecourthistory.org/
Founded in 1974 by late Chief Justice Warren Burger, the Supreme Court Historical Society is "dedicated to the preservation and dissemination of the history of the Supreme Court of the United States." It conducts a public lecture series, sponsors a summer program for secondary school teachers, publishes books and a quarterly newsletter, and conducts research.
Many of the Society's publications have been digitized, including John A. Campbell's Recollections of the Evacuation of Richmond, April 2nd, 1865 (1880) and the Supreme Court Historical Society Yearbooks, 1976-82 and 1986-90.
The History section of the website includes:
The Society's Learning Center provides information on integrating the Court in the classroom:
Researching the Court identifies important print and online sources for biographies of the justices, papers, nomination hearings, tributes, court rules, judiciary reports, records and briefs, oral arguments, voting records, statistics, and building architecture and history.