Pages tagged with American History

Sponsorship, back support and resources of large industrial empires and business houses are needed now to make a person the head of a nation, and it is not a secret too. Elections are won or lost according to the skill and riches of supporting industrialists and businessmen. Things we...
Former First Lady of the United States Nancy Regan died Sunday at the age of 94.
How did Thanksgiving in America end up being in late November and why is it on a Thursday? There had been a long tradition of individual colonies declaring days of Thanksgiving, and after that there were states that celebrating on their own, but aren't almost all Secular Holidays from...
This is my unique insights and personal reflections on the day America suffered the worst terrorist attack in its history.
This will be a book summary of Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes. It will also share with the reader how teachers can use it the classroom.
Article about the main flaws of the country America.
Montauk Point Lighthouse, on the tip of New York's Long Island, offers visitors a chance to step back into history while enjoying breathtaking views of the ocean.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was the most famous civil rights leader of the 20th century in the United States.
General Electric (GE), an American multinational conglomerate corporation, to finance the rare meeting at the exclusive Serena hotel in Nairobi- Kenya's capital city
Right wing movements are afoot all across the nation that attempt to force an ultra-conservative agenda upon America's children, and there seems to be no limit to the lengths to which they will go in order to imprint their myopic view upon our high school students.
Iraqi Kurdish foreign minister Falah Mustafa Bakir tells CNN- the world's leading TV news channel, that America has a ‘moral responsibility’ to intervene in Iraq
As you walk through Calico, you are automatically drawn to the window displays. The ghost town has a wedding chapel that still celebrates western weddings, a schoolhouse, a bath & barber shop, and quite a few mercantiles and eateries. Tour guides give an in depth history of life in Ca...
What's the difference between history and current events? Here's a look back into 1914. Original column appeared in the Boonville (Missouri) Daily News on March 12, 2014.
Many volumes have been written about American history. Here's a short list of fast facts of the early years. (Original column first published on April 5, 2012)
12 things you might not have known about Fort Sumter, South Carolina
What was once considered a suicide now questions have resurfaced in the death of Meriwether Lewis that point to the fact he was murdered.
A Personal Reflection Upon Thanksgiving Day Holiday
this article reflects how the american society is more material than spiritual and how the thanksgiving day is less important for the people.
An Overview of Secular and Sacred Observances associated with Halloween
One American's logical, workable solution to returning our country back to its God destined course.
the life of one of America's founding fathers and how he alone managed to reshape history.
As we age, we tend to recall our early education differently. Times change, we change and memories change proportionately. Some go away. Those from Junior High School have stuck like glue for me.
Wayne Morse was a Senator who walked his talk and voted his conscience - every time.
This article explores how America long ago was set upon an inevitable journey toward becoming a fascist, neo-liberal, corporate state.
This is part two of a brief history of how America has now become a fascist, corporate state.
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