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2014/10/19 04:33
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LEWISTON – Members of New York State’s history community will meet for the 36th annual Conference on New York State History June 18-20 at Niagara University. The conference, which meets at a...
2014/10/19 04:33
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2014/10/10 22:16
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It had all the markings of the Washington strategic leak. The anonymously sourced story appeared on the website of the New York Times, a favored outlet for White House aides. It was sure to energize...
2014/10/09 15:28
2014/10/09 15:28
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LOS ANGELES – While historians generally date the start of the Cold War to 1947, a new film suggests that General George Patton may have actually been its first victim two years earlier. Robert...
2014/10/08 09:30
2014/10/08 09:30
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It is not hyperbole to say that Douglas Brinkley is one of the best historians of our time. Similar to Stephen Ambrose (a frequent collaborator) and Doris Kearns Goodwin, Brinkley has chronicled the...
2014/10/04 03:16
2014/10/04 03:16
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Almost a decade on from Hurricane Katrina, Nigel Tisdall revels in the colour and rhythms of a party capital and says New Orleans is back. Crowds congregate in New Orleans for Mardi Gras festivities....
2014/10/03 01:43
2014/10/03 01:43
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Steve Wynn, founder of the Wynn Resorts casino empire, once called President Barack Obama's administration "the greatest wet blanket to business and progress and job creation in my lifetime." Barry...
2014/09/21 08:37
2014/09/21 08:37
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... New titles at the Henderson County Public Library: Fiction “The Boleyn Reckoning,” Laura Andersen “The Murder...
2014/09/20 23:25
2014/09/20 23:25
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IN A ROCKET MADE OF ICE: AMONG THE CHILDREN OF WAT OPOT 1 By Gail Gutradt (Knopf, $25.95) A beautifully told, inspiring story of one woman's volunteer experiences at an orphanage in rural Cambodia....
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