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The Spirit of the West by Mr. Ed
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The Spring Equinox and Easter by Karen Michelle Nutt
There is a distinct relationship between Spring Equinox and Easter. The Spring Equinox is also called Alban Eilir, Eostar, Eostre or the Fe...
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The St. Valentine's Day Massacre by Mr. Ed
Valentine's Day Chicago Style ...
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The Strange Case of Sergius Riis" by Richard Spence
In: International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence (Vol. 15, #2, Summer 2002) Examines the obscure origins and equally murky ...
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The Thirteenth Amendment by Jennifer Butler
The Abolition of Slavery ~ 1865 *******...
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The Thomas Jefferson Quote by Paul Berube
Upon agreeing with and signing the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson made the following statement. It still applies today!...
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The Tragic Fate of Kalamatiano: America's Man in Moscow" by Richard Spence
In: International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence (Vol. 12, #13, Fall 1999) Examines the career and fate of Xenophon Kalamati...
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The Traitor -- Living Dangerously by Harold Titus
Dr. Joseph Warren must contend with a traitor to the patriot cause....
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The Traitor Arrested by Harold Titus
Dr. Benjamin Church, General Gage's spy, is arrested....
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The True Authorship of the New Testament by Jaazijaz EL
Josephus Calpurninus Piso born 37 A.D. and died 65 A.D. Also known as Gaius Lucius Calpurnius created the new Jewish Book....
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The Tsar Bomba...one HELL of a publicity stunt! by David Thompson
Cold War jingoism at its "most powerful"!...
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The Tuatha De Danaan by David Rountree
The following research has been compiled from the Wurzburg Codex, a collection of Celtic manuscripts from around A.D. 700, specifically the ...
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The Un-American Americans by David Arthur Walters
A brief history of the Texas origin of the Un-American Committee...
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The United States Forces’ Role in the Arctic Convoys by Michael Walling
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the unknown soldier by Eugene Meyer
remembering the great war's final fallen. - Maryland Life, Nov-Dec 2008...
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The US Coast Guard and Battle of the Atlantic Briefing by Michael Walling
Background details of the longest battle in WWII....
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An excerpt from the recently released book, The Dark Wind: Witches & The Concept of Evil by Gary R. Varner. ...
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The Vestal Virgins of Rome: Privileged Priestesses by Robin Fowler
An excerpt from articles written for my page at Suite101.com...
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The Virgin and The Vatican, etc. by Bettye Johnson
History is a fluid movement of lies and truths. We are living in exciting times as the lies are now becoming unveiled and the truth is revealed. ...
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The Voice of the Past by Emile Tubiana
The same voices again and again, filling our ears....
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The War Effort, 1942 by Mark Lichterman
Americans were asked to search their cabinets, drawers and boxes. Rummage through their basements. Forage their sheds. Comb their attics. ...
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The Wars of The Roses and The Death of Chivalry by Paul Williams
The real notion of chivalry in all it's bloody glory....
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The Wars of The Roses and Towton 1461 by Paul Williams
In response to a request into the background of my latest poem 'Walking with Ghosts Palm Sunday 1461'. I'm posting this short summary about the War...
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THE WESTERN WALL IN JERUSALEM by Edmund Jonah
The history of what was once called 'The Wailing Wall'...
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The Wind in His Face by John Lindermuth
How the bicycle transfored the life of my grandfather...
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The Wreck of the Steamship War Eagle by Andrew Jalbert
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The Year was 1907 by Susan de Vegter
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Then There Were Six - Loss of US Coast Guard Cutter Alexander Hamilton by Michael Walling
Torpedoing of the Alexander Hamilton, 19 January 1942...
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There is no God in heaven. by Gene Williamson
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They Passed Through Here by Regis Auffray
From the inspirations of Sha'Tara....
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This I Accomplish: Harriet Powers’ Bible Quilt by Kyra E. Hicks:Book Review by Irene Watson
The powerful quilts of Harriet Powers (1837-1910), a former Athens, Georgia slave, continue to capture our imagination today. Her two-known creations,...
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THIS IS HISTORY, MYSTERY IS NEXT by Jaazijaz EL
We should remember that English was not a language during the time of the Prophets. When language change so does definitions....
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This Is Our Bar! by Gerard St. John
The Bicentennial Story of the Philadelphia Bar Association: 1802-2002...
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Thomas Jefferson by Gayle Garrod
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Thoughts on Druids by Sarah Cole
Just how true to history is the idea that Wicca is derived from Druidism?...
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On August 29, 2005, the Gulf Coast Region was rocked by one of America's deadliest, most catastrophic events: hurricane Katrina. For one family, it w...
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Through The Storm by Robert P. Robertson by robert robertson
The third anniversary of hurricane Katrina is months away....
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Tiana Rogers: Cherokee Wife of Sam Houston by JC Pinkerton
Sam Houston was married to a Cherokee woman named Tiana Rogers....
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Tiana Rogers: Her Marriages by JC Pinkerton
The marriages of Tiana Rogers, a Cherokee woman who married Sam Houston....
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Tidbit of the Week: Mystic Charms by Karen Michelle Nutt
The Druids had charms that were thought to hold magical abilities to cure. Even with the conversion to Christianity these charms were simply substitu...
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Tidbit of the Week: Omens and Prophecies that Forebode ill-Luck by Karen Michelle Nutt
It was once believed that the flight of birds, which way the wind blew, sneezing and dreams were warnings about a person’s fate. As Christianity took...
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Ties to My Past and A Colonial Recipe for Syllabub by Beth Trissel
My early American past and recipe~...
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Ties to the Past--Succotash and Sage by Beth Trissel
Early American Recipes and herbal lore~...
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Tirzo de la Toba: The Forgotten Last General by David Taylor
'TORTURED AS MADERO SPY. Angeleno Lies For Days In Power of Outlaw De la Toba" Headline from Los Angeles Times article, November 12th, 1912....
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To Become a Knight by JC Pinkerton
Have you ever wondered what it was like to become a knight? To do so, a young lad went from boy to manhood. ...
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TO KILL THE CONFEDERACY by Uriah Fields
If you meet the on-life-support Confederacy, kill him....
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Today is Shakespeare's birthday by Herman Yenwo
Yes, indeed Shakespeare was born 400 years ago today. 1616 to be precise!...
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Today's Friday the 13th! by Karen Michelle Nutt
How many of you have joked about Friday the 13th being an unlucky day? ...
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Treasure Ship" by Dennis M. Powers: Book Review by Irene Watson
When the S.S. Brother Jonathan was lost at sea in 1865 after striking an uncharted reef off the coast of Northern California, it was then the worst We...
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Tribute to the Columbia Crew by Emile Tubiana
Tribute to the crew - in English and in French. About the loss of the space shuttle Columbia and its crew. ....
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