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Monday, October 05 2015

United States Geological Survey explores the meaning behind Frederic Edwin Church's 1865 painting, “Aurora Borealis,” a barren and frozen world of mountains, a schooner locked in sea ice, and a man with a dog-drawn sled in this richly symbolic landscape painting.

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