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Bringing the Background to the Foreground
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Bringing the Background to the Foreground

I am not a “car person.”  I have family members who can glance at an automobile and instantl
Online Resources for Native American History
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Online Resources for Native American History

Now that you’ve finished up your turkey feast, and the football game is wrapped up, you might want to ta
Happy Dinovember!
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Happy Dinovember!

In the beginning… in 2020… to get children interested in science, a new and exciting trend surfaced.
King Tut’s Tomb Discovery: 100 Years Later
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King Tut’s Tomb Discovery: 100 Years Later

November 4 marked the 100 year-to-date unearthing of King Tut’s tomb.
All About Pirates
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All About Pirates

Argh, matey! September 19 marks the date for International Talk Like a Pirate Day!
Discovering Historical Fiction
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Discovering Historical Fiction

“Those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”  - Winston Churchill
Huzzah for the Renaissance!
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Huzzah for the Renaissance!

It’s September! This means huzzah and cheers for the Renaissance!
In Search of Religious Freedom
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In Search of Religious Freedom

After more than two months at sea, the Pilgrims landed in Cape Cod on November 11, 1620.
Celebrate the King of Rock ’n’ Roll
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Celebrate the King of Rock ’n’ Roll

When you think of Elvis, what is your favorite song?
Top Gun: Maverick and More!
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Top Gun: Maverick and More!

Skeptical about movie sequels living up to the success of the first one, my attitude about the highly pu
Red, White, and Blue Patriotic Picks for July
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Red, White, and Blue Patriotic Picks for July

July 4 is recognized as American Independence Day.
Up in Flames
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Up in Flames

Record loss is an unfortunate hurdle that we deal with when researching our families.