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There's also something I read about. In terms of crowd sourcing asking people to help out on a particularly arduous task and one of the things I came across the fascinated. Me was crowd sourcing. The letters written in hand by hand rather to Abraham Lincoln some twenty eight thousand letters and asking to help the Library of Congress. Essentially translate or transcribe them. And it's a model that was really started with the National Archives. My colleague the Arkansas United States David Farrell giving them a shout out And our program has called by the people and we started with twenty seven thousand letters to Abraham Lincoln that really hadn't been read or seeing by anyone except of few researchers in that country right whereas in NAM bearings on their all types of things and ler saying that people made history like Abraham Lincoln Clara Barton and you will help keep them alive and so we launched the program and it's been really wonderful because we have retired teachers. We have young people one of the interesting thing. So is that with these handwritten cursive letters. Some people especially young people have difficulty reading cursive. Writing Talkers. Talk Curse objective. What's happening to Education America? But we'll set that aside I major Garrett we're at the village square cafe the Fabulous City of Baltimore with Carla Hayden the fourteenth fiber and of Congress back for segment for the second from CBS News. This is the takeout with Major Garrett. Welcome back to our show a celebration of literature books maps movies sheet music the.