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2014/09/21 16:03
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Those who think our republic has unraveled beyond the point of no return – those encouraged daily in that flawed and misguided belief by a cadre of show business personalities masquerading as news...
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2014/09/19 16:20
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Today is Sept. 12, and is the beginning of Canaltown Days with a street dance tonight. What other events happened to mark history on this day for the past 225 years?The Erie Canal has been used for...
2014/09/19 14:06
2014/09/19 14:06
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This Week in The Civil War for Sunday, Sept. 21: More fighting in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. Confederates freshly defeated at the Third Battle of Winchester, Virginia, erected defensive works at...
2014/09/16 11:17
2014/09/16 11:17
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Well, twenty-five was what he paid. “Boys enjoy the misery of their companions, at least village boys in that day did, and in later life I have found that all adults are not free from the...
2014/09/16 04:20
2014/09/16 04:20
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Old Blighty and Scotland the Brave have a lot of friends in places where it won’t do the kingdom much good this week. The vote on whether to break up the United Kingdom, which seems unbelievable to...
2014/09/14 07:53
2014/09/14 07:53
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WASHINGTON – The White House: Venerable home to U.S. presidents. Symbol of the nation’s continuity. One of the world’s most famous dwellings. But it is also a place of children, weddings and...
2014/09/14 01:19
2014/09/14 01:19
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Sherman's march to the sea. (Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division) In the autumn of 1863, a Union general with a sandy-colored beard and a piercing gaze produced a grim assessment of...
2014/09/12 23:15
2014/09/12 23:15
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Photo By San Antonio Express-News file photo Think you're down on your San Antonio trivia? Here are more 10 questions to test even the most seasoned Alamo City academic. Photo By San Antonio...
2014/09/12 15:19
2014/09/12 15:19
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Author and professor of English and the history of American civilization at Harvard University. Inauguration Day, March 4, 1865, was bleak and rainy in Washington, but the mood was celebratory: for...
2014/09/12 13:08
2014/09/12 13:08
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This Week in The Civil War for Sunday, Sept. 14: Third Battle of Winchester, Virginia. Confederate units often had ranged freely through the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia but fought a bruising fight...
2014/09/10 17:51
2014/09/10 17:51
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But it is also a place of children, weddings and farewells; of pets, card games and TV dinners; and the occasional upset or scandal. The White House Visitor Center reopens to the public Saturday...
2014/09/10 17:03
2014/09/10 17:03
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Robert MacWright brings an enthusiasm for the nexus between gee whiz technology, legal logic, and the history of American entrepreneurship to his job as director of commercial ventures and...
2014/09/10 11:42
2014/09/10 11:42
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On This Day: In 1883 Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man Sitting Bull gave a speech in Bismarck, North Dakota on the completion of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Sitting Bull told the Whites and...
2014/09/10 03:34
2014/09/10 03:34
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MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — Not many businesses can connect themselves directly from Iowa’s earliest times to its most current. Jonathan Hull is proud to say his can. “This is where we would put all of our...
2014/09/08 21:29
2014/09/08 21:29
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... Facts About Jewish TennesseeOwner of the New York Times, Dinah Shore, and Other Jews From Tennessee 1. Tennessee’s first known Jewish settler, David Hart, arrived in Memphis in 1838. 2. In 1896,...
2014/09/06 12:49
2014/09/06 12:49
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Today is Saturday, Sept. 6, the 249th day of 2014. There are 116 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Sept. 6, 1944, during World War II, the British government relaxed blackout...
2014/09/06 05:12
2014/09/06 05:12
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Today's Highlight in History: On September 6, 1944, during World War II, the British government relaxed blackout restrictions and suspended compulsory training for the Home Guard. On this date: In...
2014/09/05 21:48
2014/09/05 21:48
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The Union's capture of Atlanta, one of the most important of Southern cities, immediately buoyed President Abraham Lincoln's re-election prospects — 150 years ago in the Civil War. Lincoln would...
2014/09/03 21:20
2014/09/03 21:20
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... isn’t about dates and places and wars. It’s about the people who fill the spaces between them.” — Jodi Picoult, “The Storyteller” 2013 Tracing the footfalls of Ulysses S. Grant and visiting...
2014/08/31 04:07
2014/08/31 04:07
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STARKVILLE -- A grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission will allow the Ulysses S. Grant Association to continue its work on the first two volumes of the personal memoirs...
2014/09/21 16:03
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