21FEB 2017
Who was Lewis and Clark?

Who was Lewis and Clark?

Meriwether Lewis’s death has been a source of speculation for many years, often with the mistaken notion that “great men” do not take their own lives, and that suicide blights the memory of a great life. However, those closest to Lewis, Thomas Jefferson and William Clark, fully accepted the reports of suicide. Jefferson reported that Lewis’s family had a history of what is believed…

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20FEB 2017
Important Facts about World

Important Facts about World

Unfortunately, most of us know someone suffering from Alzheimer s Disease right now. In fact, just in the United States alone, there are over 5.3 million people living with the disease. September 21 is World Alzheimer s Day, a day in which Alzheimer s organizations around the world concentrate their…
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19FEB 2017
Second Industrial Revolution in American

Second Industrial Revolution in American

Three closely related factors—industrialism, nationalism, and imperialism—soon combined to reinforce American enthusiasm for technology as a key element of national policy. By the end of the nineteenth century, the first industrial revolution (begun in England and concerned with adding steam power to…
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18FEB 2017
Chinese Industrial Revolution

Chinese Industrial Revolution

Fossil Fuels, Steam Power, and the Rise of Manufacturing Abundant fossil fuels, and the innovative machines they powered, launched an era of accelerated change that continues to transform human society. Smokestacks in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1890s © Bettmann/CORBISThe Transformation of the World Try…
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17FEB 2017
Apollo moon landing faked

Apollo moon landing faked

This week, as the feat of landing on the Moon celebrates its 46th anniversary, Apollo 11 mission’s Buzz Aldrin and Professor Brian Cox have taken to Twitter to call out the conspiracy theorists Aldrin was the Lunar Module Pilot on Apollo 11’s mission on 20 July 1969. He was also the second person to…
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16FEB 2017
American Civil War story

American Civil War story

The Civil War touched every person and influenced every institution more profoundly than any other event in American history. Over half a million young Americans gave their lives fighting for or against the effort by Southern states to secede from the Union and preserve a society based on slave labor…
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15FEB 2017
Lewis and Clark Discoveries

Lewis and Clark Discoveries

Grizzly Bear “In the evening we saw a Brown or Grisley beare on a sand beech, I went out with one man Geo Drewyer & Killed the bear, which was verry large and a turrible looking animal, which we found verry hard to kill we Shot ten Balls into him before we killed him, & 5 of those Balls…

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14FEB 2017
Who won World War Two?

Who won World War Two?

It was churlish for western leaders to boycott this week’s Victory Parade in Moscow that commemorated the Soviet Union’s defeat of Nazi Germany 70 years ago. Historic events are facts that should not be manipulated according to the latest political fashions. Being angry at Moscow for mucking about in Ukraine does not in any way lessen the glory, admiration and thanks owed to the…

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13FEB 2017
Eras in American History Timeline

Eras in American History Timeline

Pouring illegal alcohol into a sewer. Getty Images Updated . The Prohibition Era in the United States has a storied past beginning with various temperance movements in the 1830 s and finally culminating with the passage of the 18th amendment. However, the success was short-lived and the 18th amendment was repealed thirteen years later with the passage of the 21st amendment. Learn…

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12FEB 2017
Lewis and Clark Expedition National Geographic

Lewis and Clark Expedition National Geographic

Illustration by Gerald Rapp & Cullen Inc./Laszlo Kubinyi Black-Tailed Prairie Dog Cynomys ludovicianus ludovicianus Subspecies of Prairie Dog Large prairie dog. Pinkish brown above; whitish or buffy white below. Slim, sparsely haired tail with black tip unique among prairie dogs. Short, rounded ears; large black eyes. Length: 1416.38 in (35.541.5 cm); tail: 2.94.5 in (7.211.5…

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