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Henry Hudson
Henry Hudson was a great explorer that discovered many new geographical sites in the Americas. In searching for the Northwest Passage, he ultimately found his death.

Ellis Island
Ellis Island is famous for its part in the immigration of so many people and most of our ancestors, but there is so much more that the island did for us in history.

Abolitionists
The end of slavery was due to the tireless efforts of those called abolitionists. They used various methods to gain their goal of freeing all slaves.

First Continental Congress
The First Continental Congress was a means of getting England's attention and was the first step toward independence.

Reasons for Exploration
What made man explore his world and venture forth? What prompted the exploration of our history?

America - A Melting Pot
America has been described as a Melting Pot, but it wasn't until recently that it began to truly earn that name.

History of the World Board Game Review
Want to have some fun and learn some history? Check out this board game.

The Development of the American Postal System
Benjamin Franklin might have made a huge impact on the United States postal system, but he was not the founder. The postal system actually began thousands of years earlier.

Slavery in America
Slavery in America was not a new institution. It was though a very brutal one that brought slave treatment into the world's view and helped bring down its reign.

Truth versus Myth at the Alamo
Legend is always inspiring and the Alamo is not an exception. But what really is the truth of that famous fight?

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