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President Johnson pardoned a VAMPIRE!?Read more to make sense of this paranormal story @ConDailyBlog http://t.co/mT2BGUOQ...
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HON 2520 Grant Gill, Daniel Beagan, Elle Hussey
For Dr. Pethel's Age of Explorations class.
Disclaimer: From a socially conservative perspective...
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-inventions-change-history-for-better-and-for-worse-kenneth-c-davis Invented in 1793, the cotton gin changed h...
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A short summary of Voltaire's Candide...
Tell your stories with photos, videos and rich text on Google Earth.
Could be used as a presentation mode for "Game Changers" project.
Learn about the life Anthony Babington, who along with a small band of Catholics, plotted to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I on behalf of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Extra credit for Geometry. No copyright infringement intended. "Sherlock Holmes" 2009
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Humourous History of Medicine and the Body
Carlo Ginzburg's "The Cheese and the Worms" is an insightful, wonderful read for anyone who enjoys history, detailing events of the Roman Inquisition through the eyes of a miller who was eventually burned at the stake for his views.
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Hit the Road for Candide's 250th anniversary! Experience his racy journey through Rockwell Kent's illustrations...then visit the online exhibition at candide...
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The Single Most Mind-Altering Photograph Humanity Has Ever Taken
A brief story about Mr.Filippo (non-corrupt)Filippo Bruneschelli by Michael Carroll - created at http://animoto.com...
Richard II characters analyzed by Stanford, Harvard, and Berkeley Ph.D. and Masters students.
LONDON (AP) -- Not only was Richard III one of England's most despised monarchs, but it now turns out the hunchback king was probably infected with parasitic worms that grew up to a foot in length.
Houses of Stuart and Orange