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Anagrams - Three

By Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Kitchens                 thickens

Pills                        spill

Ticks                       stick

Armpits                    imparts

Elvis Costello          Voice sells lot

Mr. Mojo Risin’        Jim Morrison

Monty Python’s Flying Circus. 58 more words

The Human Condition

Tuesday Trivia #24: Population Decimation

In 1492, when Columbus “discovered” America, the estimated number of Native Americans in what would become the United States was between 5 and 18 million. 68 more words


Canada and the French Revolution

Execution of Louis XVI by Georg Heinrich Sieveking (1793)

Historical events don’t happen in isolation. Events on one side of the globe can have far-reaching and long-lasting impacts on the other and the French Revolution (1789-1799) is a perfect example of this. 1,032 more words

Canadian History

The Turmoil packs industrial-size wallop

In The Turmoil Booth Tarkington has crafted a novel about human and national ambition that illuminates while it entertains.

Sheridan — he’s called only by his last name — built his town into a city by hard work, business acumen, including some shady deals, and luck. 243 more words

American History

History Notes: This Week in Black History-August 2nd-8th

August 2, 1966: The Charles R. Drew medical school (later Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science) becomes part of the State of California as a private, nonprofit, educational institution. 861 more words