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The American Story is not an easy one to tell. As Americans, we have superb war stories, we have stories of major sporting events, and
Nikola Tesla, more commonly remembered as the inventor of technologies such as the Tesla Coil, was a Serbian-American Scientist, inventor, physicist, mechanical and electrical engineer.
During the late 15th century, Spanish sailors encountered a series of islands: Tenerife, La Palma, Gran Canaria, and Gomera–located west of Africa and now known as the
Winner of the Spring 2017 StMU History Media Awards for Best Article in the Category of “Gender History” Emma Goldman, who would later in life be a
Winner of ten Spring 2017 StMU History Media Awards for Best Descriptive Article Most Captivating & Engaging Article Best Use of Multiple Images Best Featured Image Best Article in
In 1883, William “Buffalo Bill” Cody, famous frontiersman, army scout, and buffalo hunter, opened the doors of his Wild West Show for the first time.1
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Bastet, also known as Bast, was an ancient Egyptian goddess who originally had the role of protecting the Pharaohs. The inhabitants of the lower Nile depicted Bastet as