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Ötzi Iceman - Scientific Finding Update
A filmmaker working on a documentary for the Discovery Channel interviewed one of the men who helped recover the Iceman's body and learned that Ötzi may ...
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Halifax Resolves
This page is about the history of the Laughter surname in the United States, England, Ireland, and Europe, from 1630 through the present.
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Sir Walter Raleigh, soldier, explorer
Sir Walter Raleigh is one of the most colorful figures in English history. He was a soldier, explorer, writer, and businessman.
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Jacques Marquette - Louis Jolliet, French Canadian explorers
Jacques Marquette was a French explorer and Roman Catholic missionary in North America. He joined the French-Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet on a trip down ...
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Major John Andre, American Revolution
John André, British soldier executed as a spy during the American Revolution, was born in London, May 2, 1750, of a Genevese father and Parisian mother. ...
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Harper's Ferry, John Brown's Raid
John Brown saw himself as a God-sent liberator to wipe out slavery in the American South. Following his raid in Kansas in 1856, he had been devising a plan ...
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Biography of American Founding Father, Edmund Randolph.
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Biography of Edmund Randolph
Four days after the opening of the federal convention in Philadelphia, on May 29, 1787, Edmund Randolph presented the Virginia Plan for creating a new ...
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Biography of Harriet Lane
... for invalid children at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Today it is The Harriet Lane Outpatient Clinic with a highly regarded national reputation. ...
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Biography of Francis Lightfoot Lee
In 1769, Frank, then in his thirties, married a girl of 16, Rebecca Tayloe, one of the eight daughters of John Tayloe of Mount Airy. ...
 
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