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Sandra 2h
I didn’t know about this atrocity 😳
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Sam Miller Aug 14
Primary Source Round Table!
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ms. taryn 17h
playing around with a new agenda template & looking forward to implementing facinghistory back to school unit on identity. can you guess my lie?
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Thomas Hallal 16h
Scrimshaw displayed at the of British Major John Andre, hung for being an accomplice with Benedict Arnold. See also scrimshaw of Marquis de Lafayette and George Washington
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Kenneth C. Davis Aug 16
Edward Lewis, ‘Spartacus’ Producer Who Defied Blacklist, Dies at 99 The writing, by blacklisted Fast, and screenplay of "Spartacus" by blacklisted Trumbo are important pieces of
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History Unsung 17h
Dave Kunst is the first person independently verified to have walked around the earth (minus oceans)
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Alex Jomarron 6h
Another great piece from a must read if you want to understand reparations and historic repression.
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Daniel 7h
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Edward T. O'Donnell 21h
Historian Katherine M. Marino - How Mike Pompeo’s new commission on ‘unalienable rights’ butchers history
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Connors & Sullivan, Attorneys at Law, PLLC Aug 16
Gen. John Scales with Mike Connors on Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest - Connors Corner -
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David Benson Aug 16
why are there no statues of General Longstreet? Confederate Statues and ‘Our’ History
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Katie Lathem Aug 16
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Bill of Rights Institute Aug 10
Today in 1988, President Reagan signed the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, providing for reparations for the Japanese-Americans interned during World War II. Learn more about how and why
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O5P Ghost Aug 12
First day of the second week back to school. Note to self, asking students if Abe Lincoln was a racist is not a good idea at 7:15.
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History Unsung Aug 16
Carrie Amelia Nation is remembered for attacking alcohol-serving establishments with a hatchet.
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Jason Cote Aug 15
Finished a summarizer activity for my Modern US students deciphering the Jäger Report in small groups. They identify what are the data in the charts, identify the purpose, & discuss significance. I hope that discovering for themselves will magnify the impact.
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Edward T. O'Donnell 11h
“There shall be no solution to this race problem until you, yourselves, strike the blow for liberty” – Black nationalist leader Marcus Garvey born in 1887
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SilentSamIsDead 14h
Anyone currently enjoying the privileges of US citizenship should stop immediately and read this.
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BrooksCivics Aug 15
Jack Brooks at a Corps of Engineering hearing in 1962 Enterprise file photo
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Edward T. O'Donnell Aug 16
“No democracy without human rights, no human rights without democracy, & no trade union rights without either” – labor union leader George Meany born in 1894
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