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The US Presidency and Tecumseh's Curse

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Causes of US Involvement in World War II Following World War I, the United States adopted an isolationist stance. Starting ...
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Chinese Immigrants and the Iron Road On a bright May day in 1869, railroad workers, businessmen, and government officials gathered ...
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Deep Throat and his Legacy In the pre-dawn hours of June 17, 1972, a security guard called police officers to ...
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Economic Causes of the American Revolution What brought about the American Revolution? Like most military conflicts, the Revolution was spurred ...
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Equality and the Seneca Falls Convention "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created ...
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France and the American Revolution In March of 2003, after France opposed a UN invasion of Iraq, two US Republicans ...
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General Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad Araminta Ross, later named Harriet Tubman, was born into slavery circa 1820. She ...
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George Washington's Federal Government When a modern US president travels, he or she expects the electorate to cover the cost. ...
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Gold Fever and the Growth of California One January day in 1848, a man named James Marshall was inspecting a ...
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Jackie Robinson and the Integration of US Baseball In 1945, when Jackie Robinson batted .387 for the Negro League Kansas ...
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Japanese Internment Camps in the United States Just off of US Highway 395, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada ...
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John O'Sullivan and America's Manifest Destiny When leaders wish to conquer foreign lands, they invariably put forth a list of ...
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John Scopes and the Teaching of Evolution In the mid-1920s, many young Americans flaunted long-established Victorian culture. Women were voting, ...
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Lowell Factory Girls of the 19th Century During the first half of the 1800s, girls and young women from throughout ...
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Navajo Windtalkers: America's Secret Weapon When the United States fought World War II, they ran the constant risk of information ...
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Prayer, Persecution, and Portsmouth: A Story of Colonist Anne Hutchinson Anne Hutchinson (1591-1643) is a key figure in the history ...
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Prohibition and its Repeal When clocks struck midnight on January 16, 1920, the United States officially went dry. The age ...
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The Botched Bay of Pigs Invasion In the wee morning hours of April 17, 1961, nearly fifteen hundred Cuban exiles ...
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The Frenzy of Salem Witch Trials Over the summer of 1692, members of the Massachusetts Bay Colony became caught up ...
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The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere "Listen children and you shall hear/The midnight ride of Paul Revere." So begins a ...
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The Rise and Fall of Jamestown In the early 1600s, an English preacher named Alexander Whitaker described a land where ...
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The Scandalous Typhoid Mary In 1907, Mary Mallon was working as a household cook when an inspector named George Soper ...
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The US Presidency and Tecumseh's Curse In 1840, General William Henry Harrison easily won the US presidency. He was celebrated ...
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What Caused the Great Depression? The Great Depression was a global phenomenon that significantly changed the course of history. In ...
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Who Was Samuel Adams? Today, the name Sam Adams is associated with the Boston Beer Company. How did a statesman's ...
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