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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Wild West
May 3, 2004
Robert Barr Smith
Dalton Gang's Mystery at Coffeyville The object of the Daltons' raid on the peaceful little Kansas town was to rob two banks at once, and the job called for five raiders... or were there six? mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
May 2004
Reds Wolman: From Cows to Pebble Counts In January, geomorphologist Reds Wolman received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Council for Science and the Environment. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
May 10, 2004
Andy Reinhardt
Alan Turing: Thinking Up Computers The Cambridge University mathematician laid the foundation for the invention of software. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
May 1, 2004
Thomas Wailgum
This Date in IT History - May A news blurb from May 1985 on Steve Jobs losing his job. mark for My Articles 678 similar articles
Autumn Koerbel
The Life & Times Of Pablo Escobar Often referred to as the "World's Greatest Outlaw," Pablo Escobar was perhaps the most elusive cocaine trafficker to walk the face of the earth. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
May 2004
Ask Adventure Is it true that some of history's most famous expeditions were made up of volunteers answering ads that promised adventure and possible death? mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
America's Civil War
May 2004
Filipowski & Harrington
America's Civil War: Where Does Private Jemison Rest? Private Edwin Jemison, the youth who posed for one of the most iconic images of the Civil War, was thought to rest in Milledgeville, but the authors believe his body lies elsewhere. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Science News
May 1, 2004
From the April 28, 1934, issue Archancestral Crocodile Modeled for Museum... Loud Sounds Seem Lower in Pitch Than Softer Tones... Corona May be Seen Without Eclipses by Means of Television... mark for My Articles
April 30, 2004
Ray Pezzoli, Jr.
Vanguards in the Rung Sat Special Zone Operation Lexington III took the war deep into the Rung Sat, whose mangrove swamps and perilous creeks helped make it one of the Viet Cong's safest sanctuaries. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Wild West
April 30, 2004
Robert Barr Smith
Blood Bath at Going Snake: The Cherokee Courtroom Shootout On trial for murder in April 1872, the imposing Cherokee Zeke Proctor and his supporters took on the rival Beck family and a federal posse in a gunfight in front of Judge Blackhaw Sixkiller. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
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