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Magazine articles on modern history.
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September 27, 2004
Punch, Counterpunch The roots of contemporary strife over the federal judiciary date back nearly five decades, starting with Chief Justice Earl Warren. mark for My Articles 220 similar articles
Science News
September 18, 2004
From the September 15, 1934, Issue Rainier, Once Volcano, Now Flower-Wreathed... Rockets Into Stratosphere Higher Than Balloons Can... Motion Pictures Sway Moral Attitudes of Children... mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Science News
September 11, 2004
From the September 8, 1934, Issue Clefts or "Canals" Are Now Discovered on the Moon... Bones and Dart Points Date American 12,000 Years Old... "Nature Consists of Waves of Knowledge in Minds"... mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Bernie Alexander
The Shroud Of Turin People who are interested in its history and significance are in for quite a ride. For every piece of proof pointing to a fraud, there is supporting evidence that the cloth is genuine. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Science News
September 4, 2004
From the September 1, 1934, Issue New German Airship Nearing Completion... Rhinoceros-Size Pigs Roamed Western Plains... Dogs Recognize Words by Their Sound Alone... mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Military History
September 3, 2004
Simon Rees
The Enigmatic Homer Lea Homer Lea, a frail American hunchback, helped make China a republic and prophesied the apocalyptic convulsions of two world wars. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Military History
September 3, 2004
Lee Levin
Rome vs. Carthage: The Day the World Trembled While Carthaginian General Hannibal Barca threatened Rome, in 207 bc his brother, Hasdrubal, entered Italy. To keep the two armies from combining, Roman commander Gaius Claudius Nero made a desperate, risky decision. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Wild West
Roger Jay
The Gamblers' War in Tombstone Before the bloody feud with the Cowboys reached a head, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and other 'Easterners' had to deal with the 'Slopers,' sporting men who had operated on the Pacific Coast. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Wild West
Richard F. Selcer
Fort Worth's Wild White Elephant Saloon For three decades, the Main Street establishment offered some of the finest gambling and food in the Wild West, as well as a few shootouts to remember. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Wild West
Paul & Carlisle
Gunfighters and Lawmen: Virgil Earp The brother of Wyatt enforced the law before and after his famous stint as Tombstone's marshal. By 1890, his lawmen days were almost over, but not so his adventures. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
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