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Check out history books, games, movies, and more. You never know what you can find from history just a click away.

Spartacus - An Historical Review
The classical movie, Spartacus can be a great way to study history.

The Truth at the OK Corral
The famous fight at the OK Corral has gone down into history as the ultimate fight of good and evil. But what is reality and what is myth?

Amelia Earhart - The Making of a Legend
Amelia Earhart was a woman who defied the standards and showed the women of the world how to fly. What caused this woman to want to take her feet off the ground and soar with the birds?

Indentured Servants
Much of American colonization was from the large population of indentured servants.

Ladies of Liberty - A Book Review
If you are interested in early American history and the influence of its women, Ladies of Liberty might be worth checking out. Author Cokie Roberts does a great job in exploring the influence of all the women that were the driving force behind the young America.

Alaska - The Steal of the Century
One of our largest states with a large amount resources was once laughed at for even considering purchasing it. Alaska was bought so cheap that it was almost a steal.

Eagle of the Ninth - A Review
A Roman soldier longs to redeem his families honor by bringing the symbol of a lost legion back to Rome. This story is the journey to recover the eagle and learn who he really is.

The Design of Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C. has thousands of visitors a year. The beauty of it reflects the spirit of the country. But who has thought of how the city was developed and who was the genius behind it? Join me as we take a fresh look at the capital city.

Andrew Jackson - Indian Hater?
Andrew Jackson has obtained the reputation as one who despised and treated the native tribes of America horribly. Was that really who the man was or does history have a slanted look?

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