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From the First Juneteenth Cookbook: A Corn Dog Recipe

Cookbook author Nicole A. Taylor‘s “Watermelon and Red Birds” isn’t just the first cookbook dedicated solely to Juneteenth, it’s also ...
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From the First Juneteenth Cookbook: A Corn Dog Recipe

Cookbook author Nicole A. Taylor‘s “Watermelon and Red Birds” isn’t just the first cookbook dedicated solely to Juneteenth, it’s also ...
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Famed ‘Wait for Me, Daddy’ Photograph Has a Complicated History

It is perhaps Canada’s most famed photograph from the Second World War. A young boy has broken free of his ...
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Famed ‘Wait for Me, Daddy’ Photograph Has a Complicated History

It is perhaps Canada’s most famed photograph from the Second World War. A young boy has broken free of his ...
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7 LGBTQ Uprisings Before Stonewall

The Stonewall Riots of 1969 are arguably the most famous and impactful uprisings for lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender, and queer ...
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Sir Sandford Fleming and the Creation of Time Zones

Humans have understood how to calculate the length of a day pretty accurately for a long time. But there wasn’t ...
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Why You Celebrate Juneteenth With a Red Drink

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden signed legislation officially establishing Juneteenth as a federal holiday commemorating the end of ...
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Why You Celebrate Juneteenth With a Red Drink

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden signed legislation officially establishing Juneteenth as a federal holiday commemorating the end of ...
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Why You Celebrate Juneteenth With a Red Drink

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden signed legislation officially establishing Juneteenth as a federal holiday commemorating the end of ...
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The Great Stewardess Rebellion With Nell McShane Wulfhart

Girdle checks. Public weigh-ins. Automatic termination at age 32. Such were the conditions experienced by many female flight attendants in ...
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The sinking of the Belgrano

The Argentine ship, General Belgrano, was sunk by a British submarine during the Falklands War on 2nd of May 1982 ...
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Holly Frey In Conversation With Seneca Women to Hear Winner: Lola Omalola

Holly Frey, host of Stuff You Missed in History Cass, sits down with Lola Omalola, one of the ten winners ...
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Episode 195: A New Bronze Man

The Memory Palace is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. A note on notes: We’d much rather you just ...
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Algeria’s rebel footballers

During Algeria's War of Independence, a group of Algerian players secretly left their clubs in France to form their own ...
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The Algerians who fought for France

More than 200,000 Algerians fought for France during the war of independence, becoming known as Harkis. After Algeria's independence in ...
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Algeria – The Massacre in Paris

During their country's War of Independence, Algerian fighters from the FLN also targeted the French mainland, killing police officers in ...
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The War in Algeria – a French soldier’s experience

In the late 1950s a young Frenchman, who now goes by the name Ted Morgan, was conscripted to fight for ...
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Algeria’s Milk Bar Bomber

Zohra Drif was 21 years old when she planted a bomb that exploded at a busy ice-cream parlour in Algiers ...
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The battle for Kinder Scout

It's 90 years since hundreds of walkers organised a mass trespass on a mountain in the English Peak District called ...
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Iranian revolution: The Kurdish uprising

The story of a boy caught up in the forgotten war for Kurdish autonomy in Iran in 1979. During the ...
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Pilgrims and History Textbooks

Abram Van Engen of Washington University in St. Louis taught a class about how the Pilgrims became part of the United States' founding story in 19th-century history textbooks. He described ...
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Baseball During the Depression

Pepperdine University professor Loretta Hunnicutt taught a class about baseball during the Great Depression. She looked at the role of baseball in American culture and the origins of sports journalism ...
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Conversation with Rep. James Clyburn D-SC

Former Charleston, South Carolina Mayor Joseph Riley and professor Kerry Taylor co-taught a course at The Citadel military college looking at why a new African American history museum is being ...
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Enjoy History? Discover Careers!

Hear from a panel of history alums about career possibilities in a variety of fields. Julia Bates '13, HR Project Manager, US Bank Eric O'Brien '99, Real Estate Agent, Commercial ...
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