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Press Release 06-006
Ben Franklin Web Portal Brings the Man to the Masses

Driven by search-engine technology, site highlights three centuries of revolutionary influence

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Portrait of Benjamin Franklin by artist David Martin (1737-1797)

Portrait of Benjamin Franklin by artist David Martin (1737-1797).

Credit: Library of Congress, LC-USZC4-3576


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A 5th grade student gets a sneak peak of the ben.clusty.com Web portal

A 5th grade student at Central Elementary School in Allison Park, Pa., gets a sneak peak at the ben.clusty.com Web portal.

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The ben.clusty.com homepage

The ben.clusty.com homepage.

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Teacher Pete DiNardo helps his students research Ben Franklin using ben.clusty.com test version

Teacher Pete DiNardo of Mt. Lebanon High School in Pittsburgh, Pa., helps his students research the life and accomplishments of Ben Franklin using a test version of ben.clusty.com.

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This bookmark announces the ben.clusty.com website and features Benjamin Franklin (by David Martin)

This bookmark announces the ben.clusty.com website and features the portrait of Benjamin Franklin by artist David Martin (1737-1797).

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