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John Muir (April 21, 1838 – December 24, 1914) was the famed Scotsman who persuaded the US president to save and protect America’s wildest open spaces.

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March 12

You can listen to President Roosevelt’s first Fireside Chat here.


Winds of War: WWII history in stories

Herman Wouk’s 1971 bestseller, The Winds of War, immerses readers in world history from 1939 to December 1941, showing great leaders as ordinary men and ordinary men as great leaders. 207 more words


The President's Dog

The Gazette
October 23, 1901

A little incident which somebody about the White House witnessed the other day is significant both as an illustration of certain traits in the character of President Roosevelt and as an example for his admirers. 303 more words

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The History of Teddy Bears

Everyone, regardless of their age loves to gift, receive or at least see or touch Teddy bears. They are the most popular toys in the world and are available in all colours, sizes and shapes. 306 more words


State Of The Uniom Speech: Ticket Typo Recalls Similar BooBoos

With President Trump delivering an address on the one-year progress of his administration, the guest ticket printing error actually made more news than the event. It has happened before: 127 more words

The Reporter Who Helped Persuade FDR to Tell the Truth About War

After witnessing the bloody struggle with Japan, Robert Sherrod thought the public should face the ‘cruel’ facts


Betio, part of the Tarawa Atoll, is a small, bird-shaped island along the equator in the central Pacific. 1,375 more words

20th Century History