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The Cabinet of Curiosities

I’ve been asked to put together a collection of my interests, a cabinet of curiosities. I definitely had to Google it so this is what I found. 291 more words

Friday, Oct. 13, 1307

“If there were ever such a thing as a post-truth era, it began precisely 710 years ago, at dawn on Friday, Oct. 13, 1307, in the kingdom of France. 285 more words

Людмила Павличенко (Lyudmila Pavlichenko) - The most successful female sniper in history

Born: July 12, 1916. Died October 10, 1974.

She was one of the most dangerous snipers of any sex, and she remains the record-holding female sniper. 338 more words

History Lesson

What Do a Bunny and Spain Have in Common?: Top 5 Spain Fun Facts

Author: SDanck

Alright, ladies and gents. It’s time to get cultured and have the greatest history/fun fact lesson of your life. Spain, one of the most mountainous in Europe, has a fascinating history of olive oil, wine, religion and conquest. 1,063 more words


Big Question: How can you protect your freedoms without limiting someone else's?

What on earth does the Araboolies of Liberty Street children’s story by Sam Swope have to do with the Civil Rights Movement and the 1st Amendment? 252 more words

Social Studies

How I came to pray the Vision of Nahum back to God.

My daily devotional is simple and serves its purpose effectively; however, it reaches very little past the Gospels.  I decided that I am missing out!  To remedy that, I have decided to give more attention to other books of the Bible, in addition to my devotional. 572 more words

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