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Mooncussers of Cape Cod: A myth explored

Mooncussers of Cape Cod: A myth explored

Conflict and Culture
Professor Nishi
November 6, 2010


Unless you grew up in very specific coastal regions, or spent a good deal of time in one, you’ve probably never heard of a mooncusser. 5,412 more words


Remembering Lincoln

On April 14, 1865, at 10:25pm, John Wilkes Booth entered the Presidential Box at Ford’s Theater and shot Abraham Lincoln in the back of the head with a pistol. 215 more words

Historical Perspective

Washington's Blog | The Real Inspiration for the American Constitution

The Forgotten Source for Separation of Powers

The United States Constitution was an inspired document. The authors were brilliant, and the Founding Fathers who wrote it geniuses. 631 more words

Historical Perspective

Shadow Shot Sunday 2: State Library of NSW (Mitchell Wing) and its muted shadows

On entering the library the shadows become muted as does the conversation. A reverent hush descends  on those that walk the halls of the library (founded 1826) moved to this location as it could no longer house the growing collection. 422 more words

Irene Waters

2015 Unfortunate Truth JFK, 9/11, and Beyond - The World We Live in.


The Real History – of the world from an historical perspective to the present day. This video explains the Facts of who, how & why of the JFK assassination and 9/11 complete with names and motives.


February Provisions Session – Teaching Historical Perspectives

To listen to the podcast from this session, click here

The first provisions session of 2015 kicked off with presentations on “Teaching Historical Perspectives”. An audience of 36 were in attendance to hear presentations from Dr. 1,023 more words

Historical Perspective

Murder & Misinformation

Ordinary citizens have been force-fed a diet of dubious climate claims. Is it a surprise that some people now equate climate skepticism with murder?

Over at the… 734 more words

Ethical & Philosophical