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When you think “oasis,” perhaps it conjures an image that starts out as a rippling, liquid mirage on the horizon surrounded by dunes of hot, red sand.  318 more words


French Onion Soup à la Slow Cooker

The settlers in New France ate a lot of cabbage, turnip and onions, especially in hard times. In honour of Canada’s first pioneers, here’s the recipe for Slow Cooker French Onion Soup. 245 more words


Early Historic Preservation in South Dakota: Introduction

Historic Preservation has a history of its own.  Some of the biggest national stories are relatively well-known to the profession: Mount Vernon, Colonial Williamsburg… 1,658 more words

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In the fall of 1997, a new brewery opened amid 136 acres of an old hop farm in Cooperstown, New York. Brewery Ommegang was named after the medieval pageants held in what is now Belgium. 599 more words


Stainless Steel & Aluminum Cookware

Dainbell Corporation was established in 1999 and has been manufacturing stainless steel and aluminium cookware such as pressure cookers, pots, frying pans, and steamers. The company’s strict quality-management system has been authorized by ISO9002: 2002, an international quality management system. 315 more words

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Innovative Baby Products Capturing Global Consumers’ Attention

Cimilre Co., Ltd. is a company that develops, manufactures, and exports baby products. Since starting business with the vision of “Pursuing the Happiness of Mothers And Babies,” the company has been able to produce products that anyone can trust and use safely. 395 more words

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Immigrants Choose New York

New York grew to prominence only seventy years after Unites States independence. “By … 1853, English visitors marveled that Broadway’s stores and hotels were ‘more like the palaces of kings than places for the transaction of business.’ scarlet and yellow omnibuses thundered up and down Broadway with private carriages, hotel stagecoaches, and two-horse hackneys … 252 more words