27APR 2017
World War Two Posters

World War Two Posters

Summer 2005, Vol. 37, No. 2 Getting the Message Out: The Poster Boys of World War II By Robert Ellis Through such posters as this one by the artist Holcomb, the U.S. Government urged the public to support the war effort. (44-PA-1603) The images and the messages on these government-produced posters, by some of the nation s most famous artists, are as powerful today as they were…

Continue Reading
26APR 2017
September 11 2001 events

September 11 2001 events

September 11, 2015 marks the 14th anniversary of one of the most tragic days in America s history. On that fateful day in 2001, almost 3, innocent civilians lost their lives to one of the most brazen and deadliest terrorist attacks on American soil. Organized by Islamic extremist organization Al Qaeda…
kasyno gry online

Continue Reading
25APR 2017
Famous Historical events

Famous Historical events

Students who travel abroad to study in Italy probably know a thing or two about the history of Ancient Rome. The legend of the founding of Rome by Romulus and Remus, the assassination of Julius Caesar and the fall of the Roman Empire are all pivotal moments, not only in Rome’s history, but the history…

노래방도우미 바로가기

Continue Reading
24APR 2017
Lewis and Clark Expedition events

Lewis and Clark Expedition events

When they shook hands, the Lewis and Clark Expedition began. -Historian Stephen E. Ambrose describing the meeting of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark at the Falls of the Ohio in his book, Undaunted Courage . The Indiana Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission was created by Public Law 7-2001 to highlight…

For instant cash loans apply now at nifty personal loans. Nifty is a 100% online, 100% Australian finance company.

Continue Reading
23APR 2017
World War One events

World War One events

You are here Upcoming Events Featured Event Sand to Snow: Global War 1915 The year 1915 was pivotal in terms of the world-wide involvement in the war. World War I was the first truly global war starting in Europe, then spreading to Africa, Asia and the Near East. The European powers mobilized their colonies…

Now in India, you can find bunch event management companies in mumbai, Craftworld Events is one of them who provide best corporate event planning service to their customer.

Continue Reading
22APR 2017
Louisiana Purchase Lesson

Louisiana Purchase Lesson

The Louisiana Purchase Lesson One: The Louisiana Purchase One way to begin a lesson in nineteenth century history is to create a sense of perspective by accenting the differences between the world then and now. It is helpful to remind students of how strikingly different the world was just 200 years…

여우알바에 대해 상담을 받으려면, 유흥알바 에서 제공합니다.

Continue Reading
21APR 2017
First American Civil War

First American Civil War

Tuesday, the first full trailer for dropped, setting Marvel fans into a furious frenzy of Phase 3 analysis and speculation. Have you watched the trailer in its entirety yet? OK, okay. Here it is again. But as soon as we hit that triple-hero battle in the final frames of this glorious Civil War trailer, we knew we needed to start pulling out all of the juicy developments that co-directors…

Continue Reading
20APR 2017
Interesting Facts About the American Revolutionary War

Interesting Facts About the American Revolutionary War

Trivia and information about the American Revolution by Jim Percoco (Wikimedia Commons) 1. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, who played pivotal roles in crafting and shaping the Declaration of Independence, died on July 4, 1826, fifty years to the day after America separated from Great Britain. Jefferson’s last words were reportedly, “Is it the 4th?” while Adams is supposed to have…

Continue Reading
19APR 2017
Textile mills in the Industrial Revolution

Textile mills in the Industrial Revolution

The industrial revolution started in Great Britain in the mid-1700s. Textile production was the first great industry created. The textile industry in America began in New England during the late 18th century. By 1820, mills had spread south into Virginia and Kentucky and the first mill town was established in Massachusetts. The early mills used the putting out system in which the…

Continue Reading
18APR 2017
Lewis and Clark History

Lewis and Clark History

YCC student, Brittany, puts out fire during staff training. Week 8: Adieu Week 7: Summer Reflections This summer, we participated in the Youth Conservation Corps, which is a program for High School students to experience working at various National Parks around the United States. We worked at the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park for eight weeks on projects like clearing…

Continue Reading