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What Took Place This Week in History?
August 30, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
From the birth of New York City to the kickoff of the Lincoln-Douglas debates, some of the most important events from this week in history: ...
New app offers course in the Revolution
August 29, 2011
New app offers course in the Revolution
Multi Educator's History on the Go series of apps has just released "Revolutionary War," to go along with its similar offerings on the Civil...
What Took Place This Week in History?
August 23, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
From the birth of New York City to the kickoff of the Lincoln-Douglas debates, some of the most important events from this week in history: ...
King monument opens this week
August 22, 2011
King monument opens this week
When the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial opens to the public today, it will be the long-coming realization of a dream that many of his followers have ...
In the Dark Streets Shineth: A 1941 Christmas Eve Story
August 18, 2011
In the Dark Streets Shineth: A 1941 Christmas Eve Story
As summer fades away and year's end edges closer, it's not too early to begin thinking about gifts for the holiday season. If you're shopping for a bo...
What Took Place This Week in History?
August 16, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
From women's suffrage to an historic military victory, some of the most important events from this week in history: ...
Relive the Music of the Civil War
August 15, 2011
Relive the Music of the Civil War
  The sounds of authentic Civil War-era music will fill the air this Friday and Saturday (Aug. 19-20) at Gettysb...
A Memoir for the Ages
August 11, 2011
A Memoir for the Ages
The days are beginning to grow shorter but it's not too late to enjoy some summer reading. What better place to start than with the World War II class...
What Took Place This Week in History?
August 09, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
From the dropping of the bomb that ended World War II to the evacuation of U.S. ground troops from Vietnam, some of the most important events from thi...
Alcatraz: An Inescapable Experience
August 08, 2011
Alcatraz: An Inescapable Experience
Planning a summer getaway to the Pacific coast? If so, don't forget to drop by Alcatraz. Few places in America hold a richer history than "the Rock," ...
Unshakeable Heroism, Sacrifice, and Faith
August 04, 2011
Unshakeable Heroism, Sacrifice, and Faith
They were there at Antietam, at Chancellorsville, at Gettysburg, and at Appomattox. At a time when Irish immigrants were unwelcome in most industries,...
What Took Place This Week in History?
August 02, 2011
What Took Place This Week in History?
From the disappearance of one of America's most notorious union bosses to the first tally of American citizens, some of the most important events from...
Be part of the history of Gettysburg
August 01, 2011
Be part of the history of Gettysburg
The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the most defining moments in American history. Over three days 160,000 Americans battled on the Pennsylvania groun...
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