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Students earn awards at state History Day fair
The Council for the Humanities sponsored the state competition, the theme of which was "Rights and Responsibilities in History." The Maui national qualifiers and their awards are: * Baldwin High...
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Article tells how pirates aided Louisiana
... grew bolder and more outrageous. Smuggling increased.” Government efforts to control smuggling were ignored. “I remember,” Cable quoted an ancient manuscript, “when three Spanish vessels were...
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The Daily Comet
The Houma Courier
Third-Worlders--Americans Funding Atrocities in S...
Western Intellectuals Will Never Call for Prosecution of Their Own. Knowledgeable and internationally aware people within majority mankind (the six billion earthlings who live in the plundered Third...
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Oklahoma's Boomers, Sooners
Oklahoma has been home to some of the worst social and political experiments ever devised. No, I don’t mean electing Mary Fallin Governor. I’m talking about the state’s history. I was born and...
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The Pratt Tribune
Kiowa County Signal
The McPherson Sentinel
Wellington Daily News
Trail of Tears
Tony Mauro: Should states prosecute political lia...
This will come as no surprise: A lot of untruths are tossed around during political campaigns. Here is something that really will shock you. In Ohio, and to varying degrees in at least 15 other...
Read more at Livingston County Daily Press & Argus
William Voss Elder III, White House curator
In more than three decades at the Baltimore Museum of Art, he enlarged its collections of furniture, glass, porcelain, textiles and silver, and rescued architectural treasures by salvaging doomed...
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As American as apple pie
The legend goes that Lyndon Baines Johnson, during a brutal 1948 race for U.S. Senate, instructed his campaign manager to begin to spread a rumor suggesting his opponent routinely undertook to gather...
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Susan B. Anthony
United States Senate
B. Anthony List
Jackson Elementary music program gives students a...
Kristen A. Graham, Inquirer Staff Writer Last updated: Monday, April 21, 2014, 1:07 AM They're not clapping because they're kids. They're clapping because they're good. That Home exists at all is a...
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Philadelphia school district
Kristen A. Graham
Salisbury Post Letters to the editor - Saturday (4-19-14) Let�s set record straight about
I was somewhat surprised to learn that
had a law office in Salisbury (re:...
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Economic Development Commission
Two arrested on drug charges in Lonoke County
Two men were arrested on drug charges in separate cases Thursday in Lonoke County, authorities said. A traffic stop in Ward ended with one man's on drug charges on Thursday, Lt. Jim Kulesa with the...
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Politics: The Family Business
Beau Biden, son of Joe, will, as Sean Sullivan of the Washington Post reports, be running for governor in Delaware in 2016, further confirming that the impulse to a career in “public service” is...
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the Washington Post
Xavius Boyd Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for West...
Xavius Boyd, OLB, Western Kentucky (HT: 6’1 3/8” WT: 236 lbs) Adequate foot quickness and change-of-direction ability. Rangy enough to cover lots of ground with long speed to close in space. Puts...
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National Football League
Not all about eggs: How much do you know about Ea...
Quiz tools 1. What is a Fabergé egg? A. A French candy egg filled with cream B. A Greek egg painted red to symbolize Jesus' blood C. A Russian egg with gold and precious stones inside D. A...
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Rutherford B. Hayes
Is there room for Lucille Ball in Capitol's rever...
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Capitol, home to inspiring statues of
, Sam Houston, Ronald Reagan. And Lucille Ball? A group seeking to increase the number of women represented in the Capitol�s...
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Some of those 2012 Republican presidential hopefu...
... Bachmann: $46,353.23. Bachmann’s debt comes from legal fees. As Loop fans will recall, she is under investigation for allegedly violating campaign finance laws and was also sued for a...
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Utah actor finds the galloping power of ‘War Hors...
The idea of making his novel "War Horse" into a stage play struck British writer Michael Morpurgo as crazy. Employing puppets to dramatize his young-adult novel, a harsh World War I story told...
Read more at The Salt Lake Tribune
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at The Theatre at AA...
Rock musical and
make a logical theatrical fit when you think about it: arrows cutting people down in mid-sentence; the scandal of marrying a married woman; a “people’s president” who...
Read more at Bay Weekly
Anne Arundel Community College
Anne Arundel Community College
Buttons, presidents and history combine in collec...
Many area residents begin taking more of an interest in politics during election year, but one Tonganoxie family thinks political all year round. Enlarge video When Bill and Kathy Peak were married...
Read more at The Tonganoxie Mirror
UVA Historian Repeats History with Pulitzer
The surprise and slight panic Taylor felt 18 years ago repeated themselves Monday when the 58-year-old professor learned via a barrage of emails that he had a won a second Pulitzer for "The Internal...
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University of Virginia
University of Virginia
US maestros of depression and misery
The birth of the US Federal Reserve in 1913 was a triumph for an anti-market union that fought for inflation, bail-outs and control of government. These forces, encompassing bankers, debtors,...
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US Federal Reserve
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