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All Disquiet on the Western FrontOct 10 2009In Flanders fields the poppies blow. . . Why did trench warfare characterize World War I? [...] »
Spanish Louisiana vs. Great BritainOct 10 2009Spain pursuing its own goals against Great Britain. [...] »
Begging Leave to Inform the PublickOct 10 2009Ads that were revolutionary ... or not. What products could be sold during the American Revolution? [...] »
Protestant Immigration to LouisianaOct 10 2009On the trail of French Calvinists—apocryphal stories and actual immigrant populations. [...] »
Civil War Peace OffersOct 10 2009Olive branches from the North? Did the United States ever negotiate possible Union troop withdrawal in order to gain support from regions within the Confederacy? [...] »
Tennessee's Social Studies Curriculum Oct 10 2009Standardization is a fairly new concept in education. [...] »
Breaking the News in 1900Sep 9 2009Headlines and deadlines. Where was the line between muckraking and professional ethics? [...] »
Founding DocumentsSep 9 2009History lessons on the founding documents invariably include the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. [...] »
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