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thanksgiving facts
November 20, 2023
Most of the family members smiling and expressing their love of all the food actually don’t like what they shovel into their mouths.
October 5, 2023
Can you believe how much the world has changed just within the last hundred years? It’s jaw-dropping to see how various inventions, from the everyday to the extraordinary, have completely reshaped our daily lives. Let’s explore some of the groundbreaking American innovations that turned the tide of the 20th century.
October 2, 2023
Want to watch a history flick but you’re struggling to think of some that are genuinely captivating and thrilling to watch? Well, we’ve got you covered with this list historical flicks you may have missed!
fighter jets
August 11, 2023
Join us as we take a trip back in time to one of the most tension-filled periods in recent history – the Cold War
August 4, 2023
Ronald Reagan was a truly amazing president during the 1980s. Here are the top ten key moments from his conservative revolution.
revolutionary war
August 2, 2023
Here are ten forgotten heroes of American independence that all played a huge role in getting our country to where it is today.
General Douglas MacArthur
July 28, 2023
General Douglas MacArthur remains a symbol of strength and resolve due to his significant role in World War II and the Korean War.
Ronald Reagan
July 28, 2023
Ronald Reagan was the fortieth president of the United States, and here are ten lesser known facts about the conservative icon.
July 19, 2023
Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president was known as “Silent Cal” because he was a man of few words, but he was so much more than that.
John Adams
July 17, 2023
John Adams, America’s 2nd president, was a truly incredible man. Here are ten fascinating facts about this American icon.
Kristi Noem, the Republican Governor of South Dakota, has scrapped critical race theory from schools in her state.
13% civics history
May 5, 2023
The latest National Report Card shows that only 13% of 8th graders scored proficiently in history, and only 22% in civics.