The War Between the States: 5 Books on Civil War History
The Civil War was one of the bloodiest and darkest times of the 19th century. With the highest death toll of any American-fought war, the Civil War remains one of the most well-remembered wars in American history. In honor of Memorial Day, and those that lost their lives in the bloody battle, we’re featuring 5 books on America during the Civil War.
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Military Memories: 5 Books to Celebrate Memorial Day
For over 150 years, Americans have come together to celebrate those who have fought and died for American freedom on Memorial Day. Each year, the holiday honors the fallen men and women of the five Armed Forces, who spent each day protecting the American people. In honor of Memorial Day, we’re featuring five books depicting each of the five branches through the years.
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5 Famous American Mansions
For centuries, extravagant mansions have fascinated the public. They capture moments in American history both inside and out. Here are the stories of a few of those homes.
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The Margin of Error: 5 Historical Science Misconceptions
Humans have been making (and breaking) scientific discoveries for centuries. Although many historical discoveries have been proven true in the modern era, there are several scientific theories that have now been debunked. Today, we’re exploring just 5 of the most common misconceptions in science through history!
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7 Famous American Explorers
American explorers can largely be credited with discovering much of today’s knowledge of the country. These are just some of the most famous American explorers you should know.
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Something Womanly Wicked: 5 Books of True Crime Depravity
Where there’s good, there’s also evil. Americans are no strangers to scandal, and the women of American history have produced some of the most appalling crimes of small-town USA. While families across the country prepare for this upcoming Mother’s Day, we’re featuring some of the seedier stories of American women.
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An Artist Rediscovered and Coming to Your Pocket
Author Xiom├íro first learned about Connecticut’s first national park when he began photographing it in 2011. Awareness of this “hallowed site” has risen steadily as residents continue to rediscover its historic namesake.  Read on to learn more about how, starting in 2020, Americans from coast to coast will also become reacquainted with the country’s most beloved Impressionist painter – by reaching into their pockets. 
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