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Following Columbus: The team trying to rewrite the explorer's route

Gemma Hardy (BBC) writes about “modern day adventurers” from Turks and Caicos who are retracing Christopher Columbus’ route, more than 500 years after he made his first fateful landfall in the New World, on a quest to rewrite history. 481 more words

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Argentina #91 (1892)

The Argentine Republic (República Argentina in Spanish), is a federal republic located in southeastern South America. Sharing the bulk of the “southern cone” of the continent with its neighbor Chile to the west, the country is also bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, Brazil to the northeast, Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Drake Passage to the south.  1,111 more words

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Native American Confirmation Of The Bible

About a year ago, a friend of mine told me about a gentleman he had heard lecture on the subject of Native American religion and how it confirms several elements of the Bible. 4,732 more words

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Hump Day History // Columbus Sets Sail to Find More Than Just India

Well, I am a day tardy on the ol’ Hump Day History lesson, but I forgive myself since it’s my blog so let’s move on. Today, “in 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue” (worst but most effective jingle ever). 678 more words

Metal Prints From Society 6

A recent home decor enhancement, I couldn’t be happier with the selection of this Christopher Columbus 1492 metal print from my gallery at Society 6… 81 more words

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August 3 in history:

In 14-hundred and 92, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. It was on August 3rd that year, when Christopher Columbus left a Spanish port on his mission to reach Asia by crossing the Atlantic Ocean. 81 more words

Today In History

Review of They Came Before Columbus by Dr. Ivan Van Sertima

Why I Chose this Book

I am of what you would call, “recent African ancestry.” I also work with many foreign-born Chinese people. Sometimes the conversation will somehow, turn into a history lesson about China. 1,747 more words

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