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Boy Scouts movement begins — History.com This Day in History — 1/24/1908

Boy Scouts movement begins — History.com This Day in History — 1/24/1908 | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
On January 24, 1908, the Boy Scouts movement begins in England with the publication of the first installment of Robert Baden-Powell's Scouting for Boys.
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Here are a variety of ways to stay up to date with the postings made by Mr. David Burton.

 

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Mr. David Burton's comment, January 6, 11:35 AM
Arlis...absolutely; it's not original with me. I actually saw a similar item all over Jodi's school when I went to visit her in April 2013.
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Mr. Burton, How did you add your information on this scoop it? I would love to do this!
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Mr. Gates, you create a new posting without a link to another source. Then just give it a title and type in your information. If you want it to permanently stay as the top post then you have to pin it in place.
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Library of Congress acquires iconic Civil War image of master and slave headed to war

Library of Congress acquires iconic Civil War image of master and slave headed to war | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Library of Congress aquires controversial Civil War image of master and slave headed off to war (Director Lonnie Bunch offers insight on iconic #CivilWar photo heading to @librarycongress: http://t.co/5gleikkcmu...
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Meet The Generation Of Incredible Native American Women Fighting To Preserve Their Culture

Meet The Generation Of Incredible Native American Women Fighting To Preserve Their Culture | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Native Americans represent just one per cent of the US population and some languages have only one speaker left. Now a new generation is fighting to preserve the culture.
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Nixon and the Agricultural Frontier - The New Nixon

Nixon and the Agricultural Frontier - The New Nixon | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
How did RN address the nation's slumping agricultural economy?
Find out here: http://t.co/EapL0gnA3n http://t.co/RqDIXSi9uI
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How World War I Transformed Washington

How World War I Transformed Washington | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
“America has a real capital at last,” wrote journalist Harrison Rhodes in March 1918, in the thick of World War I. Although the United States had only joined the war raging in Europe less than a year earlier, those 11 months were enough to transform American politics and its capital city. Gone was the sleepy crossroads capital with its...
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Theodore Roosevelt and the 1912 Presidential Election

Theodore Roosevelt and the 1912 Presidential Election | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Panelists talk about Theodore Roosevelt's failed run for the Presidency in 1912 as a third party candidate from the Progressive Party.
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Lt. John F. Kennedy's WWII medals - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

Lt. John F. Kennedy's WWII medals - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Washington established the #PurpleHeart #OTD 1782. JFK's #WWII medals: @jfklibrary http://t.co/HYRNbRCoVl http://t.co/Em6OQUhY8B
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Announcement of Ginsburg as Supreme Court Justice Nominee - YouTube

This is video footage of President Clinton announcing the Ruth Bader Ginsburg as Supreme Court Justice nominee. This footage is official public record produc...
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Remembering Mississippi’s Freedom Summer of 1964

Remembering Mississippi’s Freedom Summer of 1964 | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Image: Voter Registration at a Beauty Shop, Mississippi, Charles Moore, Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture.
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9 Things You Didn't Know About Richard Nixon

9 Things You Didn't Know About Richard Nixon | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
From his first TIME cover story
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101-year-old panoramic photo shows different downtown Oklahoma City

101-year-old panoramic photo shows different downtown Oklahoma City | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
The photo, kept sealed for 100 years in the Century Chest at First Lutheran Church, was not seen by the public until it was put on display earlier this year.
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How Did "911" Become The Emergency Call Number in North America?

How Did "911" Become The Emergency Call Number in North America? | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Kaiden asks: Why is 9-1-1 the emergency call number? Before the 1960s, the United States didn’t have one universal phone number for Americans to call if they needed help from the police or fire department.
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Honoring the Apollo 11 Mission - The New Nixon

Honoring the Apollo 11 Mission - The New Nixon | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
#OTD 1969, #Apollo11 lifted off for the moon. "They go in peace for all mankind." READ: http://t.co/jVcYdnjXYX http://t.co/ZxGofoM7HJ
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Critic Offers New Perspective on "Gatsby" | News Releases - Library of Congress

In her recently published book on 'The Great Gatsby,' Maureen Corrigan, book critic for NPR’s 'Fresh Air,' presents a new perspective on why F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic American novel is a great work of literary achievement.
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Union Army officer will receive posthumous Medal of Honor

Union Army officer will receive posthumous Medal of Honor | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Ceremony honoring the leader of the battery attacked during Pickett’s Charge will take place Sept. 15.
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Rarest Native Animals Find Haven on Tribal Lands

Rarest Native Animals Find Haven on Tribal Lands | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
A growing number of younger Native Americans are helping to restore native animals to the Northern Great Plains, providing new homes for the animals and a connection to the past.
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“America the Beautiful,” 1893 | The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

“America the Beautiful,” 1893 | The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
"America the Beautiful" writer Katharine Lee Bates was born #onthisday 1859. Her inspiration http://t.co/nyXl4RRO2T http://t.co/jhHOMA7ouh
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Real-life ‘Rosie the Riveter’ women share their stories and philosophy

Real-life ‘Rosie the Riveter’ women share their stories and philosophy | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
National project aims to connect aging Rosies with their communities. (Thanks! Plain and Simple honors real-life "Rosie the Riveter" women from #WWII.
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Understanding Geographic Relationships: American Indian Areas | Random Samplings

Understanding Geographic Relationships: American Indian Areas | Random Samplings | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Check out part 2 of our geographic relationships series: American Indian Areas http://t.co/VjIAojrpIv
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Ulysses S. Grant's chair from Appomattox | National Museum of American History

Ulysses S. Grant's chair from Appomattox | National Museum of American History | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
@museum_life Folding chair? Please. We've got these: http://t.co/dosRJLVpl7 #SIshowdown
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Top 10 Reasons to Join the British Army | Journal of the American Revolution

Top 10 Reasons to Join the British Army | Journal of the American Revolution | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
The army that attempted to subdue rebellion in America in the 1770s and 1780s consisted primarily of soldiers from the British regular army.
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McALESTER, OK PRISON RIOT, 1973

McALESTER, OK PRISON RIOT, 1973 | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
Did you know that the OK state penitentiary at McAlester was the scene of a 1973 riot? Learn more about this: http://t.co/7Zu5ye35Gd
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President Harding’s Letters Open to the Public | Library of Congress Blog

President Harding’s Letters Open to the Public | Library of Congress Blog | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
President Harding’s Letters Open to the Public. A blog post at "Library of Congress Blog" on 2014-07-29. (President Harding’s Letters Open to the Public: (The following is an article written by Mark Hartsell for The ...
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The Great War At 100: Music Of Conflict And Remembrance

The Great War At 100: Music Of Conflict And Remembrance | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
One hundred years after the start of World War I, hear a range of pop and classical music from artists of the era. Some music reflects the war's violence, some gives solace. (Wounded veterans of #WW1 faced challenges of all kinds.
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Where did Francis Scott Key write the song that became our national anthem?

Where did Francis Scott Key write the song that became our national anthem? | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
You may not have heard of Baltimore's Indian Queen Hotel, but it plays an important role in the story of "The Star-Spangled Banner." Liz Williams of Gadsby's Tavern Museum shares the story. ("O say can you see?
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Gerald Ford and the U.S. Space Program

Gerald Ford and the U.S. Space Program | Southmoore AP United States History | Scoop.it
U.S. astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts take off for their Apollo-Soyuz rendezvous #OTD 1975. http://t.co/9I7JbcJSTc http://t.co/Ihr9k2coLk
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