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Africa and WWII
During World War II, Europe looked to Africa for labor to defeat the enemy. Slavery took a different look as labor resources were pulled not for plantation labor but for military service.
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.
All Different Kinds of Free - A Book Review
I’ve read Uncle Tom’s Cabin. I’ve read and studied American history. I’ve seen Prigg v. Pennsylvaniamentioned in textbooks. I never knew the real story behind it. Jessica McCann’s All Different Kinds of Free makes one question the humanity of many of our ancestors.
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?
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.
America's Complete Independence from Britain
The efforts of America to be politically, economically, and culturally independent from Britain was similar to that of a wildebeest born who has to quickly find its footing before the predators swoop down. This was the development of American independence.
America's Use of the Glorious Revolution
Less than a hundred years later (after the Glorious Revolution), the American colonists also felt dissatisfied with how they were ruled. They wanted new leadership and followed the example of the English Parliament of 1688.
America's Year of Jubilee
The “Year of Jubilee” was the fiftieth anniversary of the new nation. It had been half a century since the colonies had declared independence, and the nation was celebrating.
American Colonies - A Book Review
Studying American history can become boring as the same old topics get rehashed. This will not be found in Alan Taylor’s American Colonies: The Settling of North America. From the very beginning this book approaches the study of the New World in a different light.
American Colonization Made Way for Revolution
This hands off version of governing worked well for Britain the beginning; but by letting the English colonies develop their own culture and governing with a lax hand, the British crown set the stage for the American Revolution.
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