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5 Women in History Who Totally Misbehaved

“Well behaved women seldom make history.” History is full to the brim of women who fought the expectations of their times and did things…

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On This Day, April 8th

1. 1974: Hank Aaron hits his 175th Home Run to set the new record. A record crowd of 53,775 sat on the edge of…

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Bizarre Stories From European History (Part 2)

Welcome back to the weirdest stories from European history, plucked from textbooks and memoirs and great lectures. If you ever sat in history class,…

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On This Day, April 7th

1. 1947: Automotive legend Henry Ford passes away On this day back in 1947, the man who many consider to be the Father of…

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5 More Famous American Ghost Towns

1.Animas Forks, Colorado Northeast of Silverton Colorado, Animas Forks was yet another busy mining town. The town once contained 30 cabins, a general store,…

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Bizarre Stories from European History (Part 1)

History, man: it’s a collection of random dates, bland facts, and long names that all blend into one gray canvass of boredom. Or is…

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On This Day: April 6th

1. 1830: The Mormon Church is Established A man named Joseph Smith claimed he had seen an angel named Moroni in 1823. He said…

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5 Famous American Ghost Towns You Gotta Know About

Not every town in the United States became a successful booming town. There are many ghost towns throughout the country that have been abandoned…

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On this Day, April 5th

1. 1984: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar breaks Wilt Chamberlains scoring record. On this day in 1984 the Los Angeles Lakers played the Utah Jazz in front…

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On This Day, April 4th

1. 1975: Microsoft founded in New Mexico Today was the day that Paul Allen and Bill Gates started Microsoft in 1975. Allen was working…

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