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Updated Oct. 19, 2017

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  • Historical Front Pages

    Oops! Wrong Headlines Through History

    It isn’t always easy to get the news out both quickly and correctly, especially when deadlines to start the presses loom. Here are some high-profile erroneous headlines from the Newseum collection that prove that journalism mistakes are timeless.

  • Historical Connections

    Hamilton is Dead!

    Take a trip back in time and read the news that came out after the fatal spat that took Alexander Hamilton’s life. Learn more about what led to Hamilton and Aaron Burr’s duel and how the public reacted thereafter!

  • Additional Resources

    Watch Videos From the Newseum Online

    Stream videos seen in the Newseum featuring primary footage and interviews on topics ranging from the role of the press in the civil rights movement and Watergate to first-hand accounts from journalists who covered the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11.


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