Environmental History

Cultural History
Tyler Sleeter

Eugenics in America

At the beginning of the twentieth century, there was a boom in scientific knowledge and understanding that influenced virtually all aspects of American life. One

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Cultural History
Erik Rodriguez

Eurasian Warriors in Central Asia

Eurasian nomads, recognized for their ability to survive outside centralized civilizations, were able to survive the arid lands of Central Asia by adapting to their

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Descriptive Article
Desmond Bonsignore

Fact or Fiction: Xia Dynasty

The Xia Dynasty was the first traditional Chinese dynasty in recorded history. It began in 2070 B.C.E and eventually came to an end around the

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Classical History (600 BCE-600 CE)
Yesenia Cardenas

The Day Pompeii was Gone

During the First Century, war and illnesses were common killers in the Roman Empire. However, in the year 79 CE, Mount Vesuvius would show the

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Descriptive Article
Bryce Cardwell

The Birth of Jamestown

Death, illness, and rebellion: these are a few of the effects that came about during the early years of settlement at Jamestown. It began in the year 1607.

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