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The First Woman Elected to Congress: Jeannette Rankin

The first woman in the United States to hold national office was Jeannette Pickering Rankin, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from…

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The History Of The T-Shirt

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the T-Shirt is “a collarless short-sleeved or sleeveless usually cotton undershirt or outer shirt of similar design.” But the…

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The Mayans Built Roads That Rivaled the Romans’

MIRADOR BASIN, GUATEMALA – New findings show that the Mayans engineered a series of superhighways that rivaled Roman roads. The network of roads dates…

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The Siege of Boston: The Start of the American Revolution

The Siege of Boston began the American Revolution, beginning on April 1775 and lasting until March 1776. Colonial militiamen were able to successfully say…

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Celebrities That Have A Much Higher IQ Than You Would Expect

Most people often assume that celebrities aren’t exactly bright, and sometimes they might be right to assume so. However, some of Hollywood’s leading men…

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Lucy Stone’s Hard Work and Determination Towards Women’s Suffrage

Lucy Stone, the first woman from Massachusetts to earn a college degree, was a well known suffragist along with being an orator and abolitionist.…

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5 Leaders You May Not Know Who Refused To Cede Power

Yahya Jammeh, the former leader of The Gambia, only last week ceded to the December election winner, Adam Barrow. He’s only the most recent…

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How Alice Paul Campaigned for Women’s Suffrage

Alice Paul was a prominent women’s right activist and suffragist. Paul was the main leader of the campaign for the Nineteenth Amendment, passed in…

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Musical History: The World’s Oldest Melody

Humans have been making music for at least 43,000 years. Archaeologists have found bone flutes dating back that far, and its probable that humans…

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Castle Find Shows How Crusaders Had Fun

UPPER GALILEE, ISRAEL – Archaeologists discovered that the German Crusaders living in Montfort Castle on a hill in Galilee weren’t there to defend anything…

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