Professor Andrew Shears of Mansfield University created this map to represent how the United States COULD have looked if every new state that was proposed throughout the years had been created. In last November's election, some counties in Colorado voted on taking steps to create a new state. According to this map, it was not the first time.
WASHINGTON -- When Congress awarded the Congressional Gold Medal to the famous Navajo code talkers a decade ago, it failed to recognize members of other tribes who also used their native tongues to transmit wartime messages the enemy could not...
In this activity, students will read quotes and examine pictures that will help them understand daily life in Japanese American internment camps as well as the effects of these camps on later generations.
'Censored on Final Approach': Female pilot talks about WWII service Green Bay Press Gazette Female pilot talks about WWII service: Betty Strohfus of Faribault, Minn., discusses her World War II experiences in the Women Airforce Service Pilots in...
The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand propelled the world into World War I — a conflict that left millions dead, shattered empires and rearranged power throughout the world. But what if the assassin in Sarajevo had missed?
Heather Ramsey's insight:
This is an interesting series of stories from NPR with speculation about how things in the world may be different today if World War I had never happened.
"Since 2010, San Francisco photographer Shawn Clover has been working on a striking series of then and now composite photos of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. To create the series, Clover collected archival photos of the earthquake’s aftermath. He then replicated the photos himself, down to the location, camera position and focal length (to the best of his estimation). The resulting composite photos hauntingly combine stark images of the earthquake’s devastation with modern scenes of life in San Francisco."
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