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Women’s Suffrage Leader Carrie Chapman Catt

Carrie Chapman Catt was a notable women’s suffragist. She campaigned heavily for the Nineteenth Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. She was…

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Thomas Jefferson’s Accomplishments as President

Born in Virginia on April 13, 1743, Thomas Jefferson was a prominent Founding Father of the United States. Jefferson was the main author of…

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Archaeologists Have Found 11,000 Year-Old Bed Bugs in Oregon Cave

PAISLEY CAVES, OREGON – the Paisley Caves are, according to archaeologists, are one of the oldest sites of human living in the American West.…

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New Evidence For Solomon’s Mines Surfaces in Israel

“Until recently we had almost nothing from this period in this area. But now we not only know that this was a source of…

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Avoiding the Zombie Apocalypse…the Medieval Way!

“If we are right, then this is the first good archaeological evidence of this practice. It shows us the dark side of Medieval beliefs…

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Site of Famous Salamis Battle Found

SALAMIS BAY, GREECE – The Greek Ministry of Culture has announced that the site of the ancient sea battle of Salamis Bay has been…

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10,000 Years Ago, Humans in Spain Turned To Cannibalism

ALICANTE, SPAIN – archaeologists working on cataloging a number of artifacts in a Mesolithic era cave in Spain stumbled across a disturbing surprise: evidence…

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The Life of Beloved Fairy Tale Author Hans Christian Andersen

Though best known for his beloved fairy tales, Hans Christian Andersen was Danish playwright, poet, novelist, and writer of travelogues. Some of his best…

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Vikings and Their Cats

The more we learn about the Vikings, the more we realize that they weren’t exactly the hairy, dirty, meat-loving barbarians that ancient scholars made…

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8,000 Year-Old Rock Art in Chad Vandalized

ENNENDI PLATEAU, CHAD – a UNESCO World Heritage Site deep in the Sahara desert has been all but destroyed by graffiti. Chad’s minister of…

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