Category Archives: History

Across The Ages

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America – Please Honor Our Vets

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii On December 7th, 1941, hundreds of Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor and the Island of Oahu, Hawaii. The surprise attack killed 2,403 and wounded over 1,000. This marked the USA’s entrance into WWII. Ships burned, as patriots … Continue reading

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Ten Fiery Facts and Photos of Florida

Landmarks Kennedy Space Center The Kennedy Space Center is the NASA facility for Launch Complex 39, built for the Saturn V, the largest and most powerful l launch vehicle in history, for the Apollo manned Moon landing program proposed by … Continue reading

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July 4th The Great Reminder

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Seven Wonders to Bring Delight Into Your Day

As someone who can’t make a straight line – these drawings astound me. They were done by Michael Turner and taken from the magazine Aramco World.   The Lighthouse at Alexandria was built in 279 BC on the island of … Continue reading

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A Good Book Never Dies

A prayer-book sits in the dark corner of a cabinet waiting to be found, to be made famous. After all, it’s leather-bound, has 500 pages and is only 4 x 2.5 inches. Can you imagine? Yet, it is the spiritual … Continue reading

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Teacher Pitches Desks In Little Rock

I love this story, especially ‘cause it’s true… In September 2005 a Social Studies teacher at Robinson High School in Little Rock, Arkansas created an unforgettable event. When Martha Cothren’s students arrived for first period they were shocked. The classroom … Continue reading

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