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3 hrs ago | Beacon Hill Times
The outpouring of world-wide respect for Nelson Mandela, the former leader of South Africa who passed away this week, is unprecedented in the world we live in today.
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7 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Her ruby red gown chiffon gown's display, from Jan. 14, 2014 - Jan. 19, 2015, is one of many special exhibitions and programs throughout the year, celebrating the National Museum of American History 's opening on Jan. 23, 1964.
11 hrs ago | Free Republic
The gnashing of teeth and pulling of hair now evident amongst the talkers and the chattering class about the newest budget deal is more proof that our constitution still works, even if imperfectly.
13 hrs ago | Northern Life
Local author John Cameron's first novel, The Second Lives of Honest Men, features Abraham Lincoln pulled into a dystopian future.
13 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond
After more than a year on the market, the downtown condo previously inhabited by a Hollywood heavyweight has a new owner.
17 hrs ago | Lincoln Daily News
Even the world's oldest and smallest republic shares in Abraham Lincoln's legacy.
18 hrs ago | Patch.com
Good morning and greetings, celebration fans. Well, it's December and according to my Kim Kardashian desktop calendar, another birthday has come and gone.
Looking for a fun gift for an 8-year-old that might fuel his interest in American history ... Any ideas? I think I'm specifically searching for things that lean more toward the non-fiction end of the spectrum, but are presented in a way that is immediately engaging for a youngin'.
Many people might not be aware that St. Cloud has a statue of Abraham Lincoln, not to mention know where it's located.
The U.S. Embassy in London has debuted a new portrait of President Obama that will now hang in one of the big halls in that facility.
Computer software uses opinions expressed online to rank how popular people will be in 200 years time - and Cameron didn't fare well Computer software Who is Bigger has ranked Jesus as the most famous person in history, with Prime Minister David Cameron coming an embarrassing 1,483rd.
Republicanism is not equivalent with the GOP political party. Genuine conservatism has had fleeting representation within that party.
Comparing Sardar Patel with Abraham Lincoln, scientist Anju Preet from the event's organiser, "Hum Vatan, Bringing Indians Closer", said that both the leaders were instrumental in uniting their country.
TIM ISBELLJohn Buford's defense on the hills west of Gettysburg bought time for the Union infantry to arrive.
Pity the poor penny. Once, it had swagger. With a pedigree dating back to 1787, it was feted as the first currency authorized by the United States.
The David Davis Mansion State Historic Site and Bloomington's only "castle" are offering a special holiday tour on Dec. 19. This tour was added after tickets for a three-home tour this weekend completely sold out.