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The Scandalous Decision To Pickle Admiral Horatio Nelson In Brandy | Atlas Obscura

In the middle of the Napoleonic War, Britain’s most famous naval hero is struck by a fatal musket ball at the very moment of his greatest strategic triumph. 175 more words

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Today in 1805: Sacagawea gives birth to Pompey

Today in 1805 Pomp was born to Sacagawea and her husband, Toussaint Charbonneau, when Lewis and Clark were staying at Fort Mandan in present-day North Dakota. 262 more words


On this Day in History

On this Day in History in 1805: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts established, Philadelphia.


This is an English language lesson about Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson.
He was a British Admiral during the reign of King George the Third.
His most famous victory was against a combined French and Spanish fleet of ships at the Battle of Trafalgar on 21st October 1805. 499 more words


Book Review: The Emperor's American

The Emperor’s American
by Art McGrath

The adventures of Baltimorean Pierre Burns, in his telling of them in The Emperor’s American, start out with a bang—literally. 1,346 more words

Before The Second Sleep

LOOTB #1805: Mayan Families Preschool

Watch the video above to see the project and the children you helped give school supplies to. 

They were so happy and thankful when they received the school supplies we gave them on your behalf.  59 more words


The Battle of Trafalgar 1805

Location : Off Cape Trafalgar, south of Cadiz, Spain

Date : 21 October 1805

Forces: British 27 ships of the line, French and Spanish 33 ships of the line… 303 more words