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The Most Viewed In Custodia Legis Posts of 2022

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This past year, we published more than 240 new posts on this blog, In Custodia Legis. These posts come from many authors, both on the blog team and guest bloggers, as well as intern bloggers, from across different parts of the Law Library and the Library of Congress. The blog team features representatives from our team of reference librarians, foreign law specialists, staff who manage our physical and digital collections, and those who work on events and outreach. We also published interviews with various interns and staff, as well as guests and colleagues, and interesting pictures in our Pic of the Week series. As always, we hope you have enjoyed reading the posts as much as we have enjoyed writing them, and that you will continue to visit the blog.

If you missed a post, you can catch up by browsing through the different months and categories, or even by looking at what particular authors have contributed. Today we are looking at the top 10 posts that received the most views in 2022.

Here are the top 10 posts that received the most views in 2022, with number one being our top-viewed post:

10. Hunting for Witchcraft in the French Provinces

9.  Get Ready: Favorite Ready Reference Materials at the Law Library of Congress

8.  Upcoming US Law Webinars – January 2023

7.  110 Years Later: Titanic Lawsuits Follow Tragedy

6.  The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and its Government Structure

5.  The History of the Elimination of Leaded Gasoline

4.  Qatar: Domestic Laws issued in Relation to the 2022 World Cup – Part 2

3.  Swimming a Witch: Evidence in 17th-century English Witchcraft Trials

2.  More Than Pocket Money: A History of Child Actor Laws

1.  The Hans Island “Peace” Agreement between Canada, Denmark, and Greenland 

New York, New York. New York Times newspaper syndicate. Correspondents of American newspapers which are syndicate members. In background, copy boy posts Times dispatches. Sept. 1942. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

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