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Here's Religion in a Nutshell!

I’ve learned a few things as I have gotten older…and formed some new perspectives and questions along the way! Near the top of my list of questions are the following two: 1,225 more words

Relections On Life

The Demise of McLoughlin and Lee

As a student of Oregon history the names of John McLaughlin and Jason Lee are giants. The imbue the spirit of Oregon pioneerism in all of its horrible realism. 928 more words

Journal Review: German History 1/2015

In the March issue of German History, Jochen Hung writes about ‘Transformations of the “New Woman” in the late Weimar Republic‘, shedding light on ‘the struggle of many readers to accommodate new ideas about “modern” relationships between men and women at a time when traditional morals persisted in a rapidly deteriorating economic climate.’ 20 more words

German History

Recognizing the Sacred- Our Tribal Leaders

Tribes are sovereign governments. All tribes have their unique history. Their history is unique in many ways from that of the colonial countries that took over their lands. 2,161 more words

Back from the World’s Ends, 'Lucky 13' Meet at Home Again

By Carl Hanneman
State Journal Correspondent

MAUSTON, Wisconsin — Mauston residents don’t believe in the “unlucky 13” superstition anymore. They can’t after seeing 13 familiar faces that have been absent so long once again through their city streets. 619 more words

Wisconsin

How to Write Good History! Part 1 - Introduction

Let me begin by saying, I love history! With recent events, as well as my own education and upbringing, it has become clear to me that Americans have a very poor understanding of history, both as a general subject and a discipline. 626 more words

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