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Historical Photos Of The Wild Wild West

Nowadays we take the ability to take a photo for granted, considering there are cameras everywhere we look. But there was a time when…

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How Women Finally Gained the Right to Vote

Up until the Nineteenth Amendment was passed in 1920, women were unable to vote. After decades of women’s suffragists fighting for their rights, they…

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The 40 Richest Celebrities in History

Celebrities throughout history have always made a pretty penny, but actors over the past 50 years have put together a portfolio thats quite astounding.…

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On This Day, November 3rd

1. 2016: Cubs win the World Series for the first time in 108 years Today is a great day for the city of Chicago,…

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Spanish Salem: The Notorious Witch Trials Of The Basque Country

Speak the word “Salem” out loud and chances are that most people will understand what it is you’re talking about. Home to some of…

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On This Day, November 2nd

1. 1947: The mighty Spruce Goose makes its debut flight It was on this date in 1947 that the largest aircraft ever built made…

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Meet The Woman Who Exposed Mental Hospitals In The 19th Century

Go back a couple hundred years and you will find a health service that is worlds away from what we have today. Once upon…

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A Look Back: Leave It To Beaver Secrets Revealed!

Leave It To Beaver was one of those shows that was already on re-runs when I was a kid, but the story still held…

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5 True Stories From The Lost Colony Of Roanoke

The lost Roanoke colony is perhaps one of the biggest mysteries that still troubles modern day America. The first English colony to arrive on…

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On This Day, November 1st.

1. 1952: First hydrogen bomb testing by the United States After the Soviet Union successfully tested their atomic bomb in 1949, President Truman ordered…

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