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English Language Imperialism
Seen in its simplest terms, language imperialism involves the transfer of a dominant language to other peoples. The transfer...
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The English Language Across the World. Thematic map.
Racial Integration in Australia and New Zealand
By 1997 public opinion in Australia and New Zealand was demanding that a solution be found to the great gap in the standards...
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7 (or 8) Summits: The World’s Highest Mountains by Continent
Climbing each continent’s highest mountain is a major mountaineering achievement. Read this list to learn more about the...
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Denali Mountain Mckinley from visitor center Alaska"
25 Decade-Defining Events in U.S. History
Which events were the most important in any given decade of U.S. history? This list tries to answer that question. See if...
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The Battle of New Orleans, by E. Percy Moran, c. 1910. Andrew Jackson, War of 1812.
Inventors and Inventions of the Industrial Revolution
Read about the people and machines that transformed Western society in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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A Factory Interior, watercolor, pen and gray ink, graphite, and white goache on wove paper by unknown artist, c. 1871-91; in the Yale Center for British Art. Industrial Revolution England
E.W. Etchells
E.W. Etchells, American boat builder and yachtsman who helped build navy destroyers and icebreakers during World War II,...
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Why Does COVID-19 Disproportionately Affect African Americans, Hispanics, and Latinos?
As the COVID-19 pandemic has unfolded in the United States and increasing amounts of data have come in, it has become apparent...
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Harlem resident Eleanor Kennedy, left, waits in line during a (coronavirus) COVID-19 antibody test drive at the Abyssinian Baptist Church, in the Harlem neighborhood of the Manhattan. Churches in low income communities across New York are offering COVID-1
Influential Computer Programming Languages
Learn how to speak computer.
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Programming computer abstract
10 Famous Artworks by Leonardo da Vinci
Of the few surviving works by Leonardo da Vinci, which ones are the most famous?
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Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), Italian Renaissance painter from Florence. Engraving by Cosomo Colombini (d. 1812) after a Leonardo self portrait. Ca. 1500.
Major Events in the Life of Constantine I
From birth to Constantinople.
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The statue of Constantine the first Christian Roman emperor. Located in York, England, UK, outside York Minster.
Boston: 10 Claims to Fame
Explore some of Boston’s bizarre and classic claims to fame!
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Sailboats in Boston Harbor in front of the financial district of Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Cleveland
Don’t think there is anything to know about Cleveland? Take this quiz and see how wrong you are.
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Downtown Cleveland after sunset. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (left). Museum and hall of fame in Cleveland that celebrates the history and cultural significance of rock music
Military Commanders of World War I
Learn more about the commanders of World War I.
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Meeting of leaders in W.W.I, General Hindenburg, Kaiser William II, General Ludendorff examine maps during World War I in Germany.
6 Interesting Facts About Fidel Castro
From his famous beard to his ubiquitous cigar, learn more about Fidel Castro.
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Fidel Castro addressing the General Assembly, United Nations, New York, October 14, 1979.
Europe's Crumbling Social Network
The European welfare state suffered a year of crisis in 1997. In the years after World War II, generations of Europeans had...
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European Social Security and Welfare Spending. Thematic map.
France's New African Policy
During 1997 a gradual sea change in France’s policy toward Africa reached its culmination. Gone or going was France’s paternalism...
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French Influence in Africa as of 1997: Linguistic, Monetary, and Military. Thematic map.
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