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The Kansas-Nebraska Act destroyed the Whig Party, divided the Democratic Party, and created the Republican Party. Ironically, the author of this legislation ...
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Thich Quang Duc, a Buddhist monk from the Linh-Mu Pagoda in Hue, Vietnam, burned himself to death at a busy intersection in downtown Saigon, Vietnam. ...
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Back to Resource Guides. 18th Century ... The early and mid-18th century brought far-reaching changes to the colonies, including a massive immigration, ...
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In former slave societies throughout the Americas, ex-slaves sought to free themselves from the gang system of labor on plantation and establish small-scale ...
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Hamilton's next objective was to create a Bank of the United States, modeled after the Bank of England. A national bank would collect taxes, hold government ...
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E. Wayne Carp, Family Matters: Secrecy and Disclosure in the History of Adoption (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1998). Traces the practice of and ...
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"Famine fever"--cholera, dysentery, scurvy, typhus, and infestations of lice--soon spread through the Irish countryside. Observers reported seeing children ...
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An extensive collection of photographs drawn from newspapers and archives documenting Hawaii's history. Back to Top. Trials and Court Cases. Famous Trials ...
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