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Learn Our History 4h
Recognized as one of the most influential scientists of all time, there's obviously a ton to learn about ! Here we have the most fascinating facts about Isaac Newton to increase your knowledge in the spectrum of science.
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Learn Our History Jul 18
Tell any child that you are taking them on an educational family vacation, and you are likely to hear groans and complaints. But these locations will be fun and teach your kids about history! Check out these locations here:
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Learn Our History Jul 17
History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats. -B.C. Forbes
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Learn Our History Jul 16
Our first president was also the wealthiest. Research from Wall Street 24/7 listed Washington as the wealthiest president of all time, with assets worth more than $500 million.
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Learn Our History Jul 15
The paper money issued by the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1690 was the first authorized by any government in the Western world. Learn more about the history of American currency:
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marge Jul 10
Replying to @Nike
Wow, no mention of this year at all? You missed a massive chance to fix your flub of last year.
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Benny Romero Jul 16
The director for the Psycholinguistic and Sociolinguistic lab I’ve been interning for at UT Austin, Dr. Belem López and presidential candidate, Castro discuss why Latinos from Texas and the American Southwest are not perfectly bilingual.
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Learn Our History Jul 14
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." -- Mahatma Gandhi Have a great day!
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Learn Our History Jul 12
: The United States Department of Defense is considered the largest employer in the country, with over 3 million employees. In second place is Walmart, with 1.3 million employees, and 3rd is Exxon-Mobil with 950,000 employees.
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Learn Our History Jul 11
With the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, not quite 43, became the youngest President in the Nation's history. Learn more about President Roosevelt by coloring these pictures:
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Eric Koppin Mar 3
Replying to @IlhanMN @GOP
LOL... it’s not just conservatives.
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Dawn Bukaj Jun 6
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Abdullah Nana Feb 10
Washington Irving also says regarding the Alhambra in Granada, Spain: “How many legends and traditions, true and fabulous, -how many songs and ballads, Arabian and Spanish, of love and war and chivalry, are associated with this Oriental pile!”
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Urban Vintage Feb 22
Not-so-ancient ruins of the flour mill...
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D Gregory Smith Jun 29
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LatinxProject Feb 13
Wonderful Panel. Everyday is BlackHistoryMonth & an opportunity to
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Birmingham Bar Association Feb 17
Come see the Alabama Justice exhibit at . Sponsored by and .
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Learn Our History Jul 7
"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."- Maya Angelou Make people feel great today!
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Learn Our History Jul 9
Florida: It is nicknamed the "Sunshine State" because of its generally warm climate-subtropical in the northern and central regions of the state, with a true tropical climate in the southern portion.
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BlackHistoryFACTS Apr 1
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