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Magazine articles on modern history.
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January 2006
Susan J. Ellis
The Implications of History Volunteering lessons gleaned from the newest edition of By the People: A History of Americans as Volunteers. mark for My Articles 209 similar articles
American History
February 2006
Seymour Stanton Block
Benjamin Franklin: America's Inventor Born 300 years ago, Benjamin Franklin remains perhaps the most inquisitive, creative and prodigious inventor, innovator and thinker ever born on American soil. But which of Franklin's many `inventions' was actually his most important? A scientist offers a somewhat surprising answer. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Science News
December 24, 2005
From the December 21 & 28, 1935, issues California, land of sun, is proud of Christmas snows... Progress of science... 3,500 lamas greet Americans... mark for My Articles
Aviation History
March 2006
Paige W. Christiansen
Arthur Goebel Jr.: Forgotten Golden Age Daredevil A skillful transpacific flier, Hollywood stunt pilot and daring racer, Arthur Goebel Jr. seemed to thrive on danger. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
Civil War Times
February 2006
Daniel Mark Epstein
Abraham Lincoln and Walt Whitman: War's Kindred Spirits Kindred spirits Abraham Lincoln and Walt Whitman prepared themselves for another bloody year of war as 1863 dawned. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
Science News
December 17, 2005
From the December 14, 1935, issue Concreting nearly done at Norris Dam of TVA... Sleep after memorizing makes recall easier... Fingerprinted light gives clue to upper atmosphere... mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
America's Civil War
January 2006
William Marvel
Controversial Crossing on Burnside's Bridge Should General Ambrose Burnside have ordered his men to wade Antietam Creek? The author undertook a personal odyssey to find out. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Military History Quarterly
Winter 2006
Douglas Porch
Spain's African Nightmare Winning the Rif War of the 1920s, Spaniards subdued Muslim revolutionaries, but with unexpected consequences for Spain and Morocco. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
British Heritage
January 2006
Allyson Patton
The Quaker Migration: Friends Find Peace in Pennyslvania When the Restoration Parliament enacted the Clarendon Code, its restrictive provisions effectively criminalized the practice of the nonconformist church. In search of tolerance for themselves and others, through the late 1600s thousands of Quakers found a new life in the Delaware Valley. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Military History
December 2005
James W. Shosenberg
Austerlitz: Napoleon's Masterstroke Facing a formidable coalition, the French emperor devised a plan to defeat his counterparts from Austria and Russia in one swift campaign. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
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