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By Haitian Heritage Museum
Come Celebrate with us the opening of the Smithsonian National African American History & Culture Museum with the poster exhibition "A Place for All People".
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By World War One Centennial Committee for NYC
A platoon of living history reenactors will bring World War I Doughboys to Governors Island National Monument on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016, for a free exhibition.
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By THE RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM
Contact:     Terri Stiles Alkayali          (949) 813-8644 Title:          "On the Roof" THE RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM INVITES YOU TO JOIN US AT THE ART WALK ON SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2016 6:00 – 9:00 PM...
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By Rita Berman
Rita Berman's latest book reaches back to her childhood experiences of growing up in the East End of London, England during World War II. She recalls food rationing, evacuations, and the bombing of her grandparents' house and factory.
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By Rita Berman
This collection of memoirs by Rita Berman and her cousins describes how their family suffered through the war-time events of food rationing, evacuations, and the bombing of their grandparents' house and factory in WW2.
By Historical Writers of America
Author and historian Libby O'Connell keynote speaker at three-day conference
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By Country Cottages Online (.net)
CountryCottagesOnline.net have conducted a survey on the hidden history of some of their historical properties and have released information on the most fascinating responses.
By Missionlines.com
Must every American banknote look like a stock or a bond - forever?
By Arcadia Publishing
Local author, Warren L. Bingham, will be available to sign copies of book
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By Savas Beatie LLC
Author Brian Matthew Jordan's Marching Home: Union Veterans and Their Unending Civil War has just been announced as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in History.
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By PatrickScottPatterson.com
Patrick Scott Patterson's Archive Alley™ project aims to preserve the complete, objective history of the video game industry.
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By Simply Charly
"Great Lives" series offers a new approach to the lives and works of influential figures in the arts and sciences
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By William R. Howard
New York State Assemblymember Annette M. Robinson and Mr. William Howard, President, West Indian American Day Carnival Association, Inc. Sponsor Shirley Chisholm Commemoration at Medgar Evers College.
By Oakland University
Jonathan Phillips will discuss the history and modern impact of the crusading movement at 7 p.m. on April 7, on OU's Rochester campus.
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By Ebony Doughboys
This year's St. Patrick's Day parade, hosted by the Downtown Dover Partnership, features the only known organization of World War One re-enactors portraying the famous "colored" segregated unit of the U.S. Army.
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By Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department
Palm Beach County Vice Mayor Hal R. Valeche and Palm Beach County officials will officially reopen the DuBois Pioneer Home in DuBois Park to public tours with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, March 2 at 10:30 a.m.
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By Oakland University
Prominent civil rights advocate Diane Nash will speak at OU on Feb. 1.
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By James Weldon Johnson Community School of the Arts
Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. at Paul Laurence Dunbar Senior High School
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By SmarterThanAlbert.com
Albert Einstein’s IQ was estimated to be 162. SmarterThanAlbert has an IQ of 167. Ask him any question and he will give you a straight answer. No bias, no political correctness…just pure genius.
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By University of Leeds
Amazing discovery by a researcher from the University of Leeds After five centuries the mystery of the death of Lorenzino de’ Medici has finally been solved.

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By Haitian Heritage Museum
Come Celebrate with us the opening of the Smithsonian National African American History & Culture Museum with the poster exhibition "A Place for All People".
12586448
By World War One Centennial Committee for NYC
A platoon of living history reenactors will bring World War I Doughboys to Governors Island National Monument on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016, for a free exhibition.
By AllAboutLean.com
New book summarizing the history of manufacturing from the Stone Age to Lean Manufacturing and beyond. Lots of insights into humanity and lessons learned.
By Delphia Entertainment LLC.
The groundbreaking historical documentary about the history and preservation of Philadelphia will have its Philadelphia movie premiere at the Kimmel Center's Perelman theater. \
By Austrian Science Fund FWF
Systematic controls were carried out at the Habsburg Empire's border with the Ottoman Empire as far back as the 18th century. Combined with the mobility control of Ottoman migrants, they were key features of Habsburg population policy.
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By THE RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM
Contact:     Terri Stiles Alkayali          (949) 813-8644 Title:          "On the Roof" THE RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM INVITES YOU TO JOIN US AT THE ART WALK ON SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2016 6:00 – 9:00 PM...
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By Rita Berman
Rita Berman's latest book reaches back to her childhood experiences of growing up in the East End of London, England during World War II. She recalls food rationing, evacuations, and the bombing of her grandparents' house and factory.
By Ask The Pastor Now Radio
A "Hopeless Serial Entrepreneur" is one way that Charlie Fogarty has been described because of his numerous business successes. Yet he is also a remarkable speaker of Texas history.
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By Rita Berman
This collection of memoirs by Rita Berman and her cousins describes how their family suffered through the war-time events of food rationing, evacuations, and the bombing of their grandparents' house and factory in WW2.
By Historical Writers of America
Author and historian Libby O'Connell keynote speaker at three-day conference
By David Davis
Coventry - A Novel By David Davis July 27, 2016 Santa Cruz, CA - Author and local resident, David Davis, has published his first novel, titled Coventry.
By NotionPress
If we look back at the world's timeline, we will realize that our civilization has never been the same.
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By Country Cottages Online (.net)
CountryCottagesOnline.net have conducted a survey on the hidden history of some of their historical properties and have released information on the most fascinating responses.
By Historic Hat Creek Ranch
Historic Hat Creek Ranch adopts cutting edge technology to provide a self-guided tour for visitors to engage with its history.
By National Maritime Historical Society
John W. Griffiths will Receive Long-Awaited Headstone on Unmarked Grave in Queens, NY
By Cademy
Complete story of Russian history summarized in just 30 minutes
By Blaze Public Relations
Santa Ana Museum to Display Museum's Most Cherished California Paintings
By Missionlines.com
Must every American banknote look like a stock or a bond - forever?
By Arcadia Publishing
Local author, Warren L. Bingham, will be available to sign copies of book
12552337
By Savas Beatie LLC
Author Brian Matthew Jordan's Marching Home: Union Veterans and Their Unending Civil War has just been announced as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in History.
By Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
Persia with Love: The CTRLis part of a five-book series written by author Dr. Rafie Hamidpour to honor the history of his homeland.
By Crowell Public Library
Crowell Public Library Thursday May 19, 7:00 p.m. with writer Author Dong:
By Acme Bicycles Longmont
Pete Schones has a colorful history with the timeless enjoyment of cycling that dates back three generations, when his grandfather, Ferenc Barvik, opened the first professional bike shop in Denver in the mid 1960s.
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By PatrickScottPatterson.com
Patrick Scott Patterson's Archive Alley™ project aims to preserve the complete, objective history of the video game industry.
12548678
By Simply Charly
"Great Lives" series offers a new approach to the lives and works of influential figures in the arts and sciences
12546684
By William R. Howard
New York State Assemblymember Annette M. Robinson and Mr. William Howard, President, West Indian American Day Carnival Association, Inc. Sponsor Shirley Chisholm Commemoration at Medgar Evers College.
By Oakland University
Jonathan Phillips will discuss the history and modern impact of the crusading movement at 7 p.m. on April 7, on OU's Rochester campus.
12540921
By Ebony Doughboys
This year's St. Patrick's Day parade, hosted by the Downtown Dover Partnership, features the only known organization of World War One re-enactors portraying the famous "colored" segregated unit of the U.S. Army.
By Jacqueline Battalora
Former Chicago police officer and professor, Jacqueline Battalora, boldly asserts that early American law created a class of “whiteness” designed to merely suppress others
By Notion Press
When was the last time you sat by the windows of your room, completely detached from technology and its allied units, and actually ‘thought’ about the things happening around you and how they came to existence? Why are things how they are today? And...

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