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HistoryNet Feb 11
Trailside: Freedom's Harbor. The Civil War-era contributions of African Americans from Maryland’s coastline helped shape a new nation:
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HistoryNet Jan 29
Online now! From the March 2019 issue of Trailside: Freedom's Harbor. sites to see on the Eastern Shore. The Civil War-era contributions of African Americans from Maryland’s coastline helped shape a new nation:
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HistoryNet Jan 28
in 1986, space shuttle Challenger exploded 73 seconds into flight, killing all seven crew members: Michael Smith, Dick Scobee, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Ellison Onizuka, Gregory Jarvis, and Christa McAuliffe. (Photo: )
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HistoryNet Jan 2
Check out today's for the story of how General Grant narrowly escaped becoming a victim of John Wilkes Booth's assassination plot on April 14, 1865.
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HistoryNet Dec 7
VIDEO: The Attack on Pearl Harbor - Armchair Historian
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HistoryNet Dec 7
in 1941, 'A date which will live in infamy...' Attack on Pearl Harbor:
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HistoryNet Dec 7
VIDEO: Military History Editor Stephen Harding, author of “Dawn of Infamy: A Sunken Ship, a Vanished Crew, and the Final Mystery of Pearl Harbor,” discusses his book. Infamy...
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HistoryNet Dec 7
in 1941, 'A date which will live in infamy...' Attack on Pearl Harbor:
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HistoryNet Dec 5
On this National , as the country says farewell to its 41st president, George Herbert Walker Bush, we look back on his life in photographs.
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HistoryNet Dec 5
VIDEO: Bush Sr. Talks About His WWII Experience In this 1992 interview, the late President George H. W. Bush recalls his years of service as a Navy pilot in the Pacific, and how it influenced him throughout his career.
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HistoryNet Dec 5
On this National , as the country says farewell to its 41st president, George Herbert Walker Bush, we look back on his life in photographs.
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HistoryNet Dec 4
This week, as the country says farewell to its 41st president, George Herbert Walker Bush, we look back on his life in photographs.
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HistoryNet Dec 1
George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, has died. In 1944, the Japanese shot down the young pilot Bush into the Pacific. Read the story here:
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HistoryNet Nov 28
Check out today's for the story of how infamous raider John S. Mosby tricked his Union captors into letting him go:
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HistoryNet Nov 23
It's Black Friday! Don't miss out on our limited time, two-for-one Holiday Special!
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HistoryNet Nov 12
Happy U.S. Troops Celebrate the First “Veterans Day” in 1918, 100 Years Ago:
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HistoryNet Nov 12
Top quotes from former Secretary of State General Jim “Mad Dog” Mattis.
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HistoryNet Nov 12
Happy In partnership with HistoryNet, Griffin Johnsen, the Armchair Historian, explains how a celebration of peace became riots, reform, and remembrance:
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HistoryNet Nov 11
Happy In partnership with HistoryNet, Griffin Johnsen, the Armchair Historian, explains how a celebration of peace became riots, reform, and remembrance:
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HistoryNet Nov 11
Happy U.S. Troops Celebrate the First “Veterans Day” in 1918, 100 Years Ago:
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