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Abraham Lincoln hated war as much as Barack Obama does. He saw so much more of it firsthand, lost friends in it and waged it on an immensely vaster scale than Obama has.
4 hrs ago | Daily Kos
I am channeling cultural anthropologist Erick H. Erikson in examining the two greatest events in American history, both of them essentially in the form of Emancipations critical to different resident populations of America.
5 hrs ago | Examiner.com
On August 1, 2014, a behind the scenes digital sneak peek occurred at approximately 5 a.m. .
8 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald
Farewell then to that hopeless scrawl, barely legible and little read and now gone the way of tollbooth collectors, long division, candlewicking and hornware.
Submitted photo Pictured, from left, are the four travelers Emily Geyer, Michael Budd, Tom Mack and Andrew Geyer having lunch at the Wig and Mitre.
I love a good book on U.S. history, and Doris Kearns Goodwin's latest is one of the best I've seen.
"O Say Can You See?" is a blog produced by the National Museum of American History .
You've seen glimpses of him kicking butt as elf king Thranduil in the trailer for "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies," and this weekend you can see much more of the actor as villain Ronan the Accuser in Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Illinois officials say budget cuts will force them to consider cutting hours at some state historic sites after the Labor Day holiday.
The Erie Canal Park in Camillus will be celebrating "The Erie Canal and the Civil War", on Saturday, August 9, from 10-4.
There was a lot of hoopla surrounding Allentown native Dane DeHaan when he played Harry Osborn in " The Amazing Spider-Man 2." The film, which arrives on DVD and Blu-ray Aug. 19, picked up $786 million at the box office and is the sixth-highest grossing picture of the year.
Numbers released by the Illinois Office of Tourism indicates the Springfield area continues to be a big draw for visitors.
Photo by Daniel Free/New Jersey Herald - East Stroudsburg University's Matt Tobin, a former Hopatcong High School basketball standout, instructs a group of fifth- through eighth-graders on July 14 at the B.T. Basketball Camp in Sparta.
"'Attorneys trained in this way will be able to be average people,' Ms. Orsi said, 'not just because they don't have debt, but because law school tells us that we're really special.'
The city will host a Saturday arts festival, a Sunday band concert and a Monday lecture on Lincoln.
It was a day to tout Central Florida's triumph and UConn dual dominance and the undoubtedly successful inaugural AAC campaign because, well, why the hell not? It was a day for commissioner Mike Aresco to puff his chest, a day to admit "I do not care for the Power Five designation."
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 01:02 pm
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