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365 Days in the Wild West
March 31, 2011
365 Days in the Wild West
  Travel back in time to the American Old West and visit the booming frontier towns that became th...
What Took Place This Week in History?
March 29, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
From an assassination attempt to a $7.2 million land grab to a grass-roots movement, some of the most important events from this week in history: ...
At Home in Old Kentucky
March 28, 2011
At Home in Old Kentucky
  Daniel Boone might not recognize today's Kentucky, but he'd feel right at home when Bardstown, Ky., hosts its ...
Meet the Heroes of the Civil War
March 24, 2011
Meet the Heroes of the Civil War
  One hundred and 50 years after the start of the American Civil War, battlefield leaders on both sides of the c...
What Took Place This Week in History?
March 22, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
March 21, 1965: In the name of African-American voting rights, 3,200 civil rights demonstrators, led by Martin Luther King Jr., began a h...
Not Even Past
March 21, 2011
Not Even Past
  There are many history-related websites, but few bring together a diverse group of historians with internation...
It's a Great Day to be Irish--Even if You're the President!
March 17, 2011
It's a Great Day to be Irish--Even if You're the President!
Everybody's Irish today—even the president. In fact, nearly half of all U.S. presidents claim some Irish lineage. While Joh...
What Took Place This Week in History?
March 15, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
What Took Place This Week in History? From a parade decked in green to the birth of a genius to a contr...
Hercules of the American Revolution
March 14, 2011
Hercules of the American Revolution
"Without him, we would have lost two crucial battles, perhaps the war, and with it our freedom. He [Peter Francisco] was truly a one-man army." — Gen....
A Story for the Ages--For ALL Ages
March 10, 2011
A Story for the Ages--For ALL Ages
It's never too early to start learning history. Why, after all, should all the fun be limited to grownups? In Fort Mose and...
Enter the Inaugural Living History Sweepstakes
March 08, 2011
Enter the Inaugural Living History Sweepstakes
  The editors at Living History are all about keeping you informed about breaking history news, upcoming museum ...
What Took Place This Week in History?
March 07, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
From an iconic board game to the birth of a mustang to the world's first ironclad naval battle, some of the most important events from this week in hi...
What Took Place This Week in History?
March 01, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
From the birth of a grassroots peace organization to the establishment of America's "first national park" to a hoopster's 100-point game, some of the ...
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