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The First Ever Women’s Rights Convention: The Seneca Falls Convention

The Seneca Falls Convention, held on July 19 to July 20, 1848, was the first ever women’s rights convention. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott,…

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These Male Plague-Victims Hold Hands in Death

LONDON, ENGLAND – this past month, archaeologists excavating a plague burial ground at the edge of London unearthed a surprising find: the skeletons of…

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How the League of Nations Came to Be

The League of Nations, an intergovernmental organization, was founded on January 10, 1920 after the Paris Peace Conference that brought the Great War to…

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Vast, Sophisticated Roman Mining Operation Found in Spain

MUNIGUA, SPAIN – Excavations at the ancient city of Munigua in southern Spain tell a tale of exploitation, occupation, and war. The ancient city…

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3,000 Year-Old Child’s Footprints Found With Smashed Paintings in Egypt

PI-RAMESSE, EGYPT – Archaeologists have uncovered a mystery at an ancient palace that probably once belonged to Egypt’s famous Pharaoh Ramses II: a sets…

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Founding Father John R. Livingston “The Chancellor”

Robert R. Livingston, nicknamed “The Chancellor”, was the first United States Secretary of Foreign Affairs and the 1st Chancellor of New York, a position…

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The History of Broadway

Broadway, or Broadway theatre, is theatre performances in New York in the 41 professional theatres that have 500 or more seats located along Broadway.…

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The Five Top Bestselling Authors of All Time

Have you ever wondered who the best selling authors of all time are? This is a list of the five all time best selling…

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How President Andrew Johnson was Nearly Impeached

President Andrew Johnson succeeded President Abraham Lincoln upon his death in 1865. Johnson was Lincoln’s Vice President. In 1868, Johnson was impeached by the…

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One of the Most Unpopular First Ladies: Mary Todd Lincoln

Mary Ann Todd Lincoln was President Abraham Lincoln’s wife and First Lady of the United States for four years, from 1861 to 1865, but…

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