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New Discovery Reveals The Truth About Monroe’s “Cabin-Castle”

“What we saw before us, as well as his modest prose about his ‘cabin-castle’ — we bought it…We bought it for over a century.”…

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The Life of Charles Dickens

Known for novels such as Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, A Christmas Carol, and David Copperfield, Charles Dickens is considered one of the greatest English authors of all time.…

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History’s Nutcases: Vlad III Drăculea

Thus far on History’s nutcases, we’ve had a good mix of the harmless, like King George III, and the utterly diabolical, like last week’s…

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The Maker of Moore’s Law: Part 1 of 4

One of the most influential people in the computer industry, Gordon Moore has accomplished many life-changing feats. Most of which have and will continue…

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The Watergate Scandal Revisited

In May of 1972, seven burglars broke into the Democratic National Committee’s office in the Watergate building located in Washington, D.C. The burglars wiretapped…

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On This Day, May 17th

1. 1875: The first running of the Kentucky Derby takes place On this day in 1875, the very first running of the Kentucky Derby…

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Emily Brontë: A One Hit Wonder

Some may consider Emily Brontë a one hit wonder in the literary world. Besides one book of poems she collaborated with Anne on, Emily…

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On This Day, May 16th

1. 1975: First woman to reach the summit of Everest On this day in 1975, Japanese mountaineer Junko Tabei becomes the first female to…

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Knives in the Dark: The Sicarii

Before there was Assassin’s Creed and the elusive ninja, the Sicarii stalked the shadows of the ancient world, knives in hand. While nobody seems to talk…

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A Brief & Interesting History on New York City

New York City, the largest city in the United States, originally began when the Dutch West India company sent about thirty families to live…

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