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How Crispus Attucks Became a Hero During the Boston Massacre

How Crispus Attucks Became a Hero During the Boston Massacre

A profile of Crispus Attucks, an African-American sailor who was the first killed in the 1770 Boston Massacre.
Relative Clauses in Latin

Relative Clauses in Latin

Basic information on Latin's use of the Relative Clause and some examples in Latin with English translation.
Fifteenth Amendment

Fifteenth Amendment

The text of the Fifteenth Amendment to the US Constitution, which guaranteed the right to vote to African Americans.
What You Should Know about the Seljuk Empire

What You Should Know about the Seljuk Empire

The Seljuk Empire ruled Turkey from 1037 to 1194, and paved the way for the longer-lasting Ottoman Turkish Empire.
Uncle John: Major General John Sedgwick

Uncle John: Major General John Sedgwick

Major General John Sedgwick was a Union corps commander during the Civil War. A native of Connecticut, John Sedgwick saw service during the Mexican-American and quickly moved up the ranks during the Civil War. Leading the Union VI Corps in 1863 and 1864, John Sedgwick was killed by a sharpshooter at
Map of the Nile Delta

Map of the Nile Delta

Map of the Nile Delta
Today in American History - August 6

Today in American History - August 6

Learn what happened today - August 6th - in American History.
Gregorian Calendar

Gregorian Calendar

Gregorian Calendar - Definition
Writing in Ancient China

Writing in Ancient China

A step-by-step, look at ancient China, with photos and pictures.
Lincoln's Private Rail Car

Lincoln's Private Rail Car

The private rail car designed for President Lincoln, which was used as his funeral car.
Saint Benedict Biscop - A Profile

Saint Benedict Biscop - A Profile

Saint Benedict Biscop - A Profile
Significant Pros and Cons of Students' Unions to Be Aware Of

Significant Pros and Cons of Students' Unions to Be Aware Of

The point is you should know how to develop such organizations properly. Read this article then!
The intellectual one-armed rebel who founded Ireland's Land League.

The intellectual one-armed rebel who founded Ireland's Land League.

Michael Davitt founded the Irish National Land League and played a major role in Irish agitation against British rule in the late 1800s.
Baths of Caracalla

Baths of Caracalla

Here are pictures of the Baths of Caracalla before they were damaged by the earthquake of April 6, 2009.
Ancient India and Pakistan

Ancient India and Pakistan

Geography of the ancient Indus Valley, its mountain ranges, rivers, and the major areas of civilization.
The Key Events That Grew the Final Solution Into Mass Murder

The Key Events That Grew the Final Solution Into Mass Murder

The plan for the Final Solution morphed from guns to gas chambers. Follow its evolution in this section of the Holocaust Timeline.
Atlanta Condemned: The Battle of Jonesboro

Atlanta Condemned: The Battle of Jonesboro

The Battle of Jonesboro (Jonesborough) was fought August 31-September 1, 1864, and was the final engagement of the Atlanta Campaign. Moving south of Atlanta, the Battle of Jonesboro began as Union forces sought to cut the railroads to the city. In two days of fighting, the Battle of Jonesboro result
American Civil War: Battle of Fort Henry

American Civil War: Battle of Fort Henry

The Battle of Fort Henry took place on February 6, 1862, and was an early Union victory. Moving against Fort Henry, Brig. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant landed troops on February 4-5 while the Western Flotilla approached up the Tennessee River. Partially flooded, Fort Henry surrendered after a brief naval ba
Ormand on Alcestis, Deianeira, Antigone and Electra, and Tecmessa.

Ormand on Alcestis, Deianeira, Antigone and Electra, and Tecmessa.

Review of Kirk Ormand's Exchange and the Maiden: Homosocial Marriage in the Tragedies of Sophocles - Alcestis, Deianeira, Antigone and Electra, and Tecmessa.