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CNN Wipes Israel Off of the Map

“Why is my country erased on this map?” reader responds.  As the Israeli bumper sticker says, CNN lies.

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How To Find Yourself

After reading Girl Online by Zoe Sugg, I felt incomplete. I was jealous of Penny. (Hell, even this blog post is inspired by her.) I was that kind of girl once — creativity brimming to the lid. 769 more words

Lessons And Plans

Day 17 Assignment: A Map as Your Muse

Hardy’s Cove. The map doesn’t show it in the correct location, in my opinion. But, of course, the map is correct.

Hardy’s Cove is on  the south coast of the island of Newfoundland. 181 more words

Writing 101

Links I liked


Canadian and English archives go head-to-head with their records: The Cumbrian Connection Part 2

By Samantha Thompson, Archivist

Archival records function like portraits: taken together, they give us pictures of lives and communities over time. Because records are rare or even unique, we get different views from different archives and archival collections. 2,427 more words


Dr. Martin Lewis (Stanford): Understanding Current Events Through History, Geography and Maps #022

About the Interview

Dr. Martin Lewis discusses the importance of using geography and maps in studying history and analyzing world events. Without geography there can be no history (or geopolitics). 310 more words


Weekender: Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks

A few years ago the husb & I agreed that we’d try to spend every other Thanksgiving holiday in or around a National Park. Though we’re in an off year , opting to host at home with a turkey, ham, and AYCD mimosa bar instead, I felt like sharing scenic & budget-conscious roadtrip resources for a visit to a couple of Utah & this nation’s treasures. 195 more words