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Elusive 19th century Alaskan fort located using radar tech

(Cornell University) Researchers from Cornell University and the National Park Service have pinpointed and confirmed the location of the remnants ...
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Climate change in antiquity: mass emigration due to water scarcity

(University of Basel) The absence of monsoon rains at the source of the Nile was the cause of migrations and ...
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First people to enter the Americas likely did so with their dogs

(Durham University) The first people to settle in the Americas likely brought their own canine companions with them, according to ...
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American History Review: Tecumseh and the Prophet

Charismatic Shawnee brothers lead Indian resistance to American expansion in early years of the republic ...
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How the US Civil War Influenced Music

Though music had become ubiquitous in American life even before the Civil War, the conflict between North and South launched ...
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The Conflicted Legacy of the First Vice President of Color

While the election of Kamala Harris to vice president is historic, she isn’t the first person of color to hold ...
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Eddie Robinson, Who Just Turned 100, Helped Make Military Baseball ‘The Show’ During War Years

Looking back, the 1948 Cleveland Indians World Series champion credits the Navy for instilling the discipline that helped him build ...
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Movie Review: “Danger Close” Brings Home Reality of Vietnam War

This film deservedly joins the ranks of exceptionally well-made, authentically re-created Vietnam War movies ...
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Russian Museum Honors Women War Heroes with Art Exhibit

Russia’s largest military history museum launched an art exhibit to honor female fighters from World War II ...
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