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American History

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Aaron Burr, 3rd Vice President of the United States Abe Fortas, Associate Justice Abigail Adams, Former First Lady of the United States Abigail Fillmore, Former First Lady of the United States About the American Flag Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States African Americans African Americans Alexander Hamilton and the Public Report Amendments to the Constitution America American Expansion in the 1800's American Factories and Plants American Flyers American Symbols American Women Americans and Manifest Destiny Andrew Jackson, 7th President of the United States Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States Anna Harrison, Former First Lady of the United States Anthony Kennedy, Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice Apollo 11 Arthur Goldberg, Associate Justice Articles of Confederation Barack Obama Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States Barbara Bush, First Lady of the United States of America Benjamin Harrison, 23rd President of the United States Black Hawk's War Black History Month Black Thursday Black Tuesday and the Great Depression Buffalo Bill Cabinet Department of the United States Californian Tribes and Kuksu Calvin Coolidge, 30th President of the United States Cattle Trails in the late 19th Century Causes of the American Revolution Ceremonial Practices of the Puebloan People Charles Lindbergh Chester A. Arthur, 21st President of the United States Civil Rights Act of 1964 Civil Rights Movement Civil War Terms Clans of the Pacific Northwest Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice Claudia Johnson, Former First Lady of the United States Continental Congress Cotton Mills and Textile Production in the 1800's Daniel Tompkins, 6th Vice President of the United States Democratic-Republican Clubs Department of Education Department of Homeland Security Department of the U.S. Treasury Department of Veterans Affairs Dolly Madison, Former First Lady of the United States Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States Douglas MacArthur Dunmore's Proclamation Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States Elbridge Gerry, 5th Vice President of the United States Eleanor Roosevelt, Former First Lady of the United States Elena Kagan, Associate Justice Elizabeth Ford, Former First Lady of the United States Elizabeth Monroe, Former First Lady of the United States Emancipation Proclamation Emily Dickenson Federalist Decline and Voting Rights First Continental Congress Flags not Associated with a Country Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States George Clinton, 4th Vice President of the United States George Dallas, 11th Vice President of the United States George W. Bush, 43rd President of the United States George Washington George Washington, 1st President of the United States Gerald R. Ford, 38th President of the United States Great Depression Terms Grover Cleveland, 22nd and 24th President of the United States Hannah VanBuren, Former First Lady of the United States Harriet Lane, Former First Lady of the United States Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States Hillary Clinton, Former First Lady of the United States Historical Figures in American History History of the Star Spangled Banner Important Articles of the Constitution Important Supreme Court Cases and Their Impacts Industrial Revolution Terms Industrialism in the United States Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Former First Lady of the United States James Buchanan, 15th President of the United States James Earl Carter, 39th President of the United States James Garfield, 20th President of the United States James Madison, 4th President of the United States James Monroe, 5th President of the United States James Polk and the Election of 1844 James Polk, 11th President of the United States Jane Pierce, Former First Lady of the United States Jim Crow John Adams and the Coercive Acts John Adams, 1st Vice President of the United States John Adams, 2nd President of the United States John Calhoun, 7th Vice President of the United States John D. Rockefeller Jr., and the Restoration of Williamsburg, VA John F. Kennedy John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States John Quincy Adams, 6th President of the United States John Roberts, Chief Justice John Tyler, 10th President of the United States July 4th Kwakiutl (Northwestern) Native Americans Laura Bush, First Lady of the United States of America Letitia Tyler, Former First Lady of the United States Lewis & Clark Expedition Little Rock Nine Louisa Adams, Former First Lady of the United States Lyndon Johnson, 36th President of the United States Macon's Bill and Napoleon Bonaparte Magna Carta Major Leaders of the Constitutional Convention Man Made versus Nature Made Margaret Taylor, Former First Lady of the United States Martha Jefferson, Former First Lady of the United States Martha Washington, Former First Lady of the United States Martin Van Buren, 8th President of the United States Martin Van Buren, 8th Vice President of the United States Mary Todd Lincoln, Former First Lady of the United States Meaning of America the Beautiful Meaning of America: My Country 'Tis of Thee Melania Trump, First Lady of the United States Memorial Day Michelle Obama, Former First Lady of the United States Millard Fillmore, 12th Vice President of the United States Millard Fillmore, 13th President of the United States Nancy Reagan, First Lady of the United States of America National Holidays National Holidays Native American Tribes Naz Perces (Plateau) Native Americans Neil Gorsuch, Associate Justice No Taxation without Representation Northeastern Tribes and Tribal Confederacies Patricia Nixon, Former First Lady of the United States Patrick Henry Pearl Harbor Piece Work and National Division Pledge of Allegiance Potter Stewart, Associate Justice Prohibition Quantrill's Raid Richard Henry Lee Richard Johnson, 9th Vice President of the United States Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States Roger Williams and the Founding of Rhode Island Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States Rosalynn Carter, Former First Lady of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice Rutherford Hayes, 19th President of the United States Samuel Adams Samuel Alito, Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Associate Justice Sarah Polk, Former First Lady of the United States Second Continental Congress Sequoyah Slavery and Abolitionism Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice Sons and Daughters of Liberty Spanish American War Squanto State Legislatures and the House of Representatives Stephen Breyer, Associate Justice Stephen Hopkins Territorial Expansion: California The 1765 Stamp Act The Adams-Onis Treaty The American Flag The Beliefs of John Adams The Boston Massacre The Boston Tea Party The Cause of the War of 1812 The Causes of the American Revolutionary War The Causes of the Civil War The Changing of the Guard The Civil Rights Act and President Johnson The Civil War Amendments The Corps of Discovery The Cuban Missile Crisis The Culper Ring The Declaration of Independence The Declaration of Independence The Decline of the Puebloan People The Duel of Hamilton and Burr The Dust Bowl The Effects of Industrialization The Election of 1840 The End of the Mexican-American War The First Mandatory Draft and the Enrollment Act The First Presidential Inauguration The Founding Fathers and Central Governments The Freedman's Bureau The Gettysburg Address The Great Compromise The Great Depression : Part 1 The Great Depression: Part 2 The Harlem Renaissance The Indian Removal Act The Influence of Tocqueville The Jazz Age The Kentucky Derby The Lewis and Clark Expedition The Louisiana Purchase The Manhattan Project The Marshall Plan The Massachusetts Circular The Mississippians and Matrilineal Descent The National Anthem of the United States The New Deal The Oregon Trail The Patronado Real and Grenada The Pilgrims of Plymouth Plantation The Puritans The Reconquista and Portuguese Navigation The Rise of Jackson and Office Rotation The Sons of Liberty The Statue of Liberty The Stock Market Crash of 1929 The Tariff of 1828 The United States Air Force The War of 1812 The War with Mexico and the Armies of the West The Westward Expansion The Whigs The White House Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States Thomas Jefferson and Land Ownership Thomas Jefferson, 2nd Vice President of the United States Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the United States Thurgood Marshall, Chief Justice Trail of Tears Transportation and the Market Revolution Treaty of Paris Tribes of the Midwest U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Commerce U.S. Department of Defense U.S. Department of Energy U.S. Department of Health and Human Services U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development U.S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of Labor U.S. Department of State U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Department of Transportation Ulysses Grant, 18th President of the United States Understanding Paleo Indians Understanding Puebloan Road Systems Understanding the Anasazi People Understanding the Archaic Period Understanding the Joint Committee Understanding the Treaty of Alliance Understanding the Treaty of Mortefontaine Veteran's Day Warren Burger, Chief Justice Warren Harding, 29th President of the United States Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation What Caused the American Civil War? What was The Mayflower Compact Who is Alexander Hamilton? Who is Benedict Arnold? Who is Betsy Ross? Who is Crispus Attucks? Who is Harriet Tubman? Who is John Hancock? Who is John Jay? Who is John Marshall? Who is Marquis de Lafayette? Who is Phillis Wheatley? Who Signed the Declaration of Independence? Who were Meriweather Lewis & William Clark? Who were the New York Dutch? Who were the Pennsylvania Dutch? Who were the Quakers? Who were the Royalists? William Brennan, Associate Justice William McKinley, 25th President of the United States William Rehnquist, Chief/Associate Justice William Taft, 27th President of the United States Williams Jefferson Clinton, 42nd President of the United States Wilma Pearl Mankiller Witchcraft Trials Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States World War I: The Events of War World War I: The Road to War World War I: The War Begins WWII: America's Involvement Zachary Taylor, 12th President of the United States
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States

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Alabama Alaska Arizona California Colorado Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Midwest Region of the United States Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Northwest Region of the United States Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Plants and Animals Native to Alabama Plants and Animals Native to Alaska Plants and Animals Native to Arizona Plants and Animals Native to Arkansas Plants and Animals Native to California Plants and Animals Native to Colorado Plants and Animals Native to Connecticut Plants and Animals Native to Delaware Plants and Animals Native to Florida Plants and Animals Native to Georgia Plants and Animals Native to Hawaii Plants and Animals Native to Idaho Plants and Animals Native to Illinois Plants and Animals Native to Indiana Plants and Animals Native to Iowa Plants and Animals Native to Kansas Plants and Animals Native to Kentucky Plants and Animals Native to Louisiana Plants and Animals Native to Maine Plants and Animals Native to Maryland Plants and Animals Native to Massachusetts Plants and Animals Native to Michigan Plants and Animals Native to Minnesota Plants and Animals Native to Mississippi Plants and Animals Native to Missouri Plants and Animals Native to Montana Plants and Animals Native to Nebraska Plants and Animals Native to Nevada Plants and Animals Native to New Hampshire Plants and Animals Native to New Jersey Plants and Animals Native to New Mexico Plants and Animals Native to New York Plants and Animals Native to North Carolina Plants and Animals Native to North Dakota Plants and Animals Native to Ohio Plants and Animals Native to Oklahoma Plants and Animals Native to Oregon Plants and Animals Native to Pennsylvania Plants and Animals Native to Rhode Island Plants and Animals Native to South Carolina Plants and Animals Native to South Dakota Plants and Animals Native to Tennessee Plants and Animals Native to Texas Plants and Animals Native to Utah Plants and Animals Native to Vermont Plants and Animals Native to Virginia Plants and Animals Native to Washington Plants and Animals Native to West Virginia Plants and animals Native to Wisconsin Plants and Animals Native to Wyoming Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Southeast Region of the United States Southwest Region of the United States States and Capitols Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Region of the United States West Virginia Wisconsin
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Influential Figures in History

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A. Philip Randolph Adam Smith, economist, philosopher and author Adolf Hitler Agent 355 Alain Leroy Locke Alan Shepard Alexander F. "Beau" Godefroy Alexander L. Twilight Alice Coachman All About Abraham Lincoln Amelia Earhart Amy Johnson, Pilot Andrew Carnegie, Business Magnate Andrew Lloyd Webber Anne Frank Annie Oakley Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana, President of Mexico Aphra Behn, Writer Attila the Hun Audrey Munson Babe Ruth Barbara McClintock, Nobel Prize Winner Baskin and Robbins Beatrix Jones, Architect Benito Juarez, President of Mexico (1861-72) Benjamin Franklin Benjamin O. Davis, Aviator Berthavon Suttner, Nobel Prize Winner Bessie Coleman, Aviator Betty Friedan, Women's Rights Activist Billie Jean King, Athlete Bonnie Blair, Olympian Booker T. Washington Brian Boitano Brigham Young British Prime Ministers Bruce Lee, Martial Artist Caligula Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour Captain James Cook Caroline Herschel, Astronomer Caroline Kennedy Cassius Clay Catherine de Medici Catherine of Aragon Catherine the Great Cesar Chavez Charles Drew, Doctor Charlie Chaplin Charlotte Cooper Charlotte Mason Chesley Sullenberger Chris Hadfield Christa Luding Rothenburger Christopher Columbus Chuck Feeney Clara Barton Cleopatra Coco Chanel Conquerors Constance Baker Motley Coretta Scott King Cowboys and Cowgirls Crane Brinton, Historian Dadabhai Naoroji of India Daniel Boone Daniel Webster Dave Thomas Davy Crockett Dick Van Dyke Dominique Dawes Dorothy Hamill Dorothy Height Dr. Charles Hamilton Houston Dr. Mae Jemison Dr. Ralph J. Bunche Duke Ellington Duke Ellington, Musician Edith Wilson Edmund Burke, Father of Conservatism Eleanor of Acquitain Elizabeth Blackwell Elizabeth Blackwell, Medical Practitioner Elizabeth Cady Stanton Elizabeth Fry, Reformist Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, Doctor Ella Baker Ella Fitzgerald, Musician Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Ellen Ochoa Emiliano Zapata-Leading Figure of the Mexican Revolution Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino Nationalist Emily Dickenson Emma Tenayuca, Labor Rights Emmeline Pankhurst Enriqueta Basilio Eugene Jacques Bullard    Eugene Lazowski Eva Peron Evan Spiegel Explorers Famous American Icons Famous Communists Famous Figures of the 1920's Famous Figures of World War II Fannie Lou Hamer Female Leaders Florence Bascom, Geologist Florence Nightingale, Nurse Franklin Chang Diaz Franklin Pierce Frederick Douglass, Speaker Freidrich Froebel Fritz Pollard Fusajiro Yamauchi Gabby Douglas Garrett Morgan, Inventor General "Stonewall" Jackson Geniuses George Washington George Washington Carver, inventor Georgia O’Keefe, Artist Ghandi Gordon Parks  Great People Throughout History Guglielmo Marconi Gus Grissom Gwendolyn Brooks Gwendolyn Brooks, Poet Halina Konopacka Hank Aaron Harriet Tubman Harry Burnett Reese Hedy Lamarr Helen Keller Helen Thayer Henry Ford Henry Hudson Henry VIII Hernan Cortez Hippocrates, Ancient Scientist Horace Mann Ida B. Wells-Bennett Indira Gandhi Inventors J.P. Morgan Jack L. Warner Jackie Robinson Jackie Robinson, Athlete Jacques Charles Jaime Escalante James E. Longstreet James Harrison James Oglethorpe, and Mary Musgrove Jan Matzeliger, Inventor Jane Addams Jane Austen Jerome Bruner Jesse Jackson Jesse James Jesse Owens Jesse Owens, Athlete Jim Henson Jim Lovell Joan Benoit Joan of Arc Joe Louis, Athlete Johannes Kepler Johannes Kepler, Ancient Scientist Johannes Vermeer John F. Schrank John Smith John Taylor Johnny Appleseed Jonathan Swift, Author Jose De San Martin Jose Marti Joseph Lister Joseph Priestley Joseph Rainey Joseph Stalin Josephine Baker Judith Heumann, Disabilities Pioneer Judy Garland Julia Child Juliette Gordon Low Julius Caesar Julius Caesar Kaiser Wilhelm II Karl Benz Karl Marx Katarina Witt Katie Ledecky Kevin Systrom King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden King Felipe VI of Spain King Harald V of Norway King Philippe, King of the Belgians King Tupou VI of Tonga King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands Kristi Yamaguchi Langston Hughes, Writer Lao Tzu, Ancient Philosopher Lee Harvey Oswald Leif Ericson Levi Strauss Lou Gehrig Louis Armstrong Louis B. Mayer Lucille Ball Lyudmila Pavlichenko Madame CJ Walker, Inventor Mae Jemison, Astronaut Maimonides Malala Yousafzai Malcom X, Activist Marcus Aurelius Margaret Bancroft Margaret Cavendish Margaret Mitchell Margaret Thatcher Maria Montessori Marian Anderson Marian Wright Edelman, Attorney Marie Antoinette Marie Curie Marilyn Monroe Marion Anderson, Singer Martha Lane Fox Martin Luther King, Jr. Mary Ann Shadd Cary Mary Kingsley Mary Lou Retton Mary McCleod Bethune, Educator Mary McLeod Bethune Mary Wollstonecraft: Advocate for Women's Education Matt Baker, Artist Matthew Henson, Explorer Maurice Ralph Hilleman Maximilien Robespierre and The Reign of Terror Maya Angelou, Writer Maya Lin, Architect Menelik II of Ethiopia Mia Hamm Michael Collins Michael Phelps Michelle Kwan Miguel Hilgado Mother Teresa (Saint) Movements in the 1920's Nadia Comaneci Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor, Parliament Natural Rights and John Locke Neil Armstrong Neil Armstrong Nellie Bly Nelson Mandela Nicolaus Copernicus Nils Bohlin Nina Simone, Singer and Activist Noah Webster Norman Borlaug Oksana Baiul Orville Wright Paul Bunyan Paul Laurence Dunbar, Writer Paul R. Williams Paul Revere Pearl Buck, Nobel Prize Winner Percy Julian, Scientist Pete Conrad Philip, the father of Alexander the Great Phyllis Wheatley Pocahontas Pocohontas, Peace Maker Porfirio Diaz Queen Anne Queen Elizabeth Queen Isabella Queen Jetsun Pema Queen Liluokalani Queen Margrethe II of Denmark Queen Noor of Jordan Rene Descartes Rick Rescorla Robert Ballard Rosa Bonheur, Artist Rosa Parks Ruby Bridges Ruth Fulton Benedict, Anthropologist Ruth Simmons Ryan Lochte, Olympic Swimmer Sakajawea Sally Ride Sally Ride Samori Toure Samuel Hopkins Samuel Morse Sarah Fanny Durack Scott Hamilton Serena Williams Shirley Chisholm, Politician Shirley Temple Black, Ambassador Simon Bolivar Simone de Beauvoir, Writer Simone Manuel Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike, Former Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Sojourner Truth Sojourner Truth, Activist St. Catherine, Ambassador Stan Lee Steffi Graf Steve Redgrave Steven Spielberg Sultan of Brunei Susan B. Anthony Sybil Ludington Tara Lipinski The Kennedy Family The McDonald Brothers The Wright Brothers Thomas Adams Thomas Blood Thomas Lee Thomas Paine's Common Sense Usain Bolt, Olympian Valentina Tereshkova Vasco Da Gama Vasili Arkhipov and Stanislav Petrov Venus Williams Vera Wang Viktor Petrenko W.E.B. DuBois Walter Chrysler Walter Reed Wendell Scott, Athlete Who is "Otzi the Iceman?" Who is Allen Allensworth? Who is Ava Duvernay? Who is Brian Lara? Who is Cathy Freeman? Who is Charlie Wiggins? Who is Chimananda Ngozi Adichie? Who is Dr. Daniel Hale Williams? Who is Dr. Mae Jemison? Who is Dr. Maulana Karenga? Who is Esperanza Spalding? Who is Eugene Bullard? Who is Garrett Morgan? Who is George T. Sampson? Who is Harriet Tubman? Who is Jackie Ormes? Who is James Forten? Who is James McCune Smith? Who is Jan E. Matzeliger? Who is Jean-Michel? Who is John W. Hunter? Who is Joseph Winter? Who is Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson? Who is Kofi Annan? Who is Lewis Howard Latimer? Who is Lyda D. Newman? Who is Maggie Lena Walker? Who is Malorie Blackman? Who is Mary Seacole? Who is Matthew Henson? Who is Maurice Ashley? Who is Mo Farah? Who is Oprah Winfrey? Who is Oscar Micheaux? Who is Philip B. Downing? Who is Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander? Who is Sarah Boone? Who is Sarah Breedlove Walker? Who is Shirley Chisholm? Who is Sissieretta Jones? Who is Venture Smith? Who is Yannick Noah? Who is Zadie Smith? Who Was Benjamin Franklin? Who was Clara Brown? Who was Mary Bowser? Who was Richard Potter? Who Was Thomas Jefferson? William Bradford William Carney William Penn William the Conqueror Willie O'ree, first African American Hockey Player Willis Carrier Wilma Rudolph Winston Churchill Wyatt Earp Yuri Gagarin Zainab Salbi
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World History

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7 Wonders of the Modern World 7 Wonders of the Underwater World Agricultural Advancements in 1300 Ancient Indian Culture Anthrax Apartheid Asian Industry Aspects of Civilizations Assassination of Franz Ferdinand Australia/New Zealand Austria and Prussia Bataan Death March Bishoprics and Tithing Canada Causes of Revolution Charles VII and Army Taxes Chesapeake Bay Chien-Shiung Wu, Physics China's New Power Chinese Neolithic Culture Chinese Rivers and Regions Church and Monastery Civic Humanism Columbus and the Journey to America Common English Kings Compromise of 1850 Concentration Camps Confucianism in China Constantine's Conversion to Christianity Conversos and Phillip II Cuban Revolution Culture of Early Japan Dante and the Divine Comedy Daoism in China Decades: 1920-1929 Decades: 1930-1939 Decades: 1940-1949 Decades: 1950-1959 Decades: 1960-1969 Decades: 1970-1979 Decades: 1980-1989 Decades: 1990-1999 Discovery Voyages Early Ethiopian Resources Egyptian Culture Egyptian Geography Egyptian Pharaohs Emperor Wu and the Silk Road End of the Cold War English Nobility and the War of the Roses Environmental Advancements Europe in Turmoil Europeans in Asia Exploring Africa Famous European Explorers Famous Leaders of Ethiopia Feudal Europe Gadsden Purchase Gunpowder and the Artillery Revolution Hammurabi's Code Hatshepsut Huguenots Human Origins Imperial Japan Important Dates for Colonial Expansion Incan and Aztec Terms India and Pakistan Indian Art and Medicine Indus Valley Influenza Epidemic of 1918 Inventions that Changed the World Irish Home Rule Islam and Indian Society Israelite Kings Iwo Jima Jesuit Influence in New France John Cabot and English Sea Navigation Key Facts About the Turkish Empire King Philip's War Kingdoms of the Hellenistic Era Kinship Feudalism in China Korean War League of Nations Machiavelli and the Prince Major Battles of World War I Megalithic Europe Middle East Crisis Millennium Mujeres Destacades e la Historia Mysteries of History Navigation Acts Nefertari New Africa Nuclear Proliferation Nuremberg Laws Oceania Pequot War Petrarch and the Dark Ages Philip IV and the Island of France Pilgrims and Separatists Pizan and the City of Ladies Pizarro and the Incans Ponzi Schemes Pope Urban II and His Army Queen Elizabeth and Protestant Reform Rebellions and Sugar in Brazil Regions of India Regions of Japan Revolution and Industry : The British Empire Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: Manchu China Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: Napoleon’s Wars Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Birth of the United States Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Civil War Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Enlightenment Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The French Revolution Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Industrial Revolution Revolution and Industry AD1700-1900: The Russian Empire Revolution in Haiti and Independence Richelieu and the Absolute Monarch of France Roman Expansion-Punic Wars Russian Revolution Russo Japan War Saladin and the Third Crusade Sarah and Angelina Grimke, Abolitionists Sargon's Empire Science and Philosophy of the Hellenistic Era Science and Technology in Early China Silver and the Price Revolution of Spain Slavery and Slave Revolts in Rome South American Independence Spain in the Middle Ages Spanish Conquistadors and the Treaty of Tordesillas Spanish Settlement in Florida and St. Augustine Technology of World War I Terra Cotta Army The Aftermath of the Crusades The Age of Augustus The Age of Discovery: The Dutch Empire The Age of Discovery: The Incas The Age of Discovery: The Renaissance The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: African Empires The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: Ming China The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Aztecs The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Incas The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Mughal Empire The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Slave Trade The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: The Thirty Year’s War The Age of Discovery: 1400-1700 AD: Tokugawa Japan The Age of Discovery: Louis XIV The Age of Discovery: Spain and Portugal The Age of Discovery: The English Civil War The Age of Pericles The Agricultural Revolution The Akkadian and Babylonian Empires The American West The Ancient Sumerians The Arab Empire The Art of War in China The Assyrians The Athenian Democracy The Battle of Tours The Boxer Rebellion The Chola Kingdom The Cities of Ancient Mesopotamia The Code of Hammurabi The Cold War The Columbian Exchange and Smallpox The Conquer of the Aztecs The Cordoban Caliphate The Council of Indies and Viceroys The Creativity of Sumerians The Dark Age of Greece The Diaspora The Dutch East India Company The Dutch People The Edict of Nantes and Huguenots The Egyptians The Empires of India: The Guptas The Empires of India: The Kushan Empire The Empires of India: The Mauryan Empire The Enlightenment and Freemasons The Establishment of New France The Exile of the Medici The Fertile Crescent The Festival of the Olympics The Fight for Rights The First Anglo Dutch War The Fourth Crusade The French Expansion Into Florida The French Wars of Religion The Game of Death in Rome The Glorious Revolution The Great Depression The Habsburg Family The Han Dynasty of China The Hebrews The History of Ghana The Holocaust The Iberian Colonies and Cortez The Iberian Union The Ice Age The Italian Wars The Long Term Causes of World War I The Mayflower The Middle Ages The Middle Ages: American Civilizations The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD African Kingdoms The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Byzantium The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Charlemagne The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Japan’s Warlords The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Knights and Castles The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD Kublai Khan and China The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Black Death The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Crusades The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Franks The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Hundred Years’ War The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Khmer Empire The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Maya The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Mongol Empire The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Vikings The Middle Passage The Monopoly of Portugal The Neolithic Culture The Northern Crusades The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial The Origins of the Hundred Years' War The Ottoman Turks The Ottomans and Safavids The Persians The Phoenicians The Protestant Reformation The Reign of Mazarin and the Frond The Revolution of China The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire The Rise of Fascism The Rivalry of Athens and Sparta The Rule of William and Mary The Seljuk Turks and the Crusades The Seven Year's War The Shang Dynasty The Sinking of the Lusitania The Society of Friends and the Quaker Expansion The Space Race The Spanish Fury and the Dutch Republic The Stone Age The Sumerian Religion The Teachings of Confucius The Three Kingdoms of China The Titanic The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 The Umayyads The Valois Dynasty The Vassal System and Lords The Vietnam War The Vikings The Virginia Company and James I The Works of Erasmus The World at War The Xia Dynasty Theocratic States Thirty Years War Tootsie Rolls and World War II Traditional Cultural Expressions Transculturation and Haciendas Treaty of Kanagawa Understanding Korean Dynasties Understanding Legalism in China Understanding the Kingdom of Kerma Understanding the Sui Dynasty Understanding Trans-Atlantic Trade Unification of Germany Unification of Italy Women's Suffrage
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Ancient History

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7 Wonders of the Ancient World Ancient China Ancient Civilizations Ancient Egyptian Clothes Ancient Greece Ancient Inca Civilizations Ancient Mayan Civilizations Ancient Rome Augustus, first Emperor of the Roman Emperor Creation of the Arab Empire Egyptian Accomplishments Egyptian Burial Customs Egyptian Society Flavius Josephus Found in Ancient Egypt Germanic Kingdoms Join the Roman Empire Gladiators of Ancient Rome Hatshepsut Hieroglyphics Indus Valley Civilization Harappa King Tutankhamun Livy Menes- The First Pharaoh Ming Dynasty People of the Ancient Times Pliny the Elder Polis, the center of Greece Polybius Sargon of Akkad Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Sima Qian Sophists Tacitus Tang Dynasty The Ancient World: Ancient China The Ancient World: Ancient Egypt The Ancient World: Assyrians and Hittites The Ancient World: Babylonia The Ancient World: Ice Age The Ancient World: India’s Empires The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: African Cultures The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Alexander and Persia The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Ancient America The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Celts The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Greek Culture The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Hebrews The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Life & Death in Egypt The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Mesopotamia & Sumer The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Minoans The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Mycenaeans The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Phoenicians The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Romans The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: The Influence of Greek Culture The Ancient World: Roman Society The Bronze Age The First Farmers The Gracchus Brothers The Great Peloponnesian War The Great Pyramid of Giza The Han Dynasty The Iron Age The Legend of Meng Jiangnu The Middle Ages: 500-1400 AD The Rise of Islam The Mountains and Seas of Early Greece The New Kingdom of Egypt The Old Kingdom Age of Pyramids The Old Kingdom of Egypt The Qin Dynasty The Qin Empire The Stone Age The Twelve Tables of Rome, 449 BC The Zhou Dynasty Thebes Triumvirate I & II Rome Who Was the Pharoah?
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World Heritage Sites

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Albania World Heritage Sites Algeria World Heritage Sites Andorra World Heritage Sites Argentina World Heritage Sites Australia World Heritage Sites Austria World Heritage Sites Barbados World Heritage Sites Belgium World Heritage Sites Belize World Heritage Sites Botswana World Heritage Sites Brazil World Heritage Sites Cambodia World Heritage Sites Canada World Heritage Sites Caribbean World Heritage Sites Central America World Heritage Sites Central Asia World Heritage Sites Chile World Heritage Sites China World Heritage Sites Columbia World Heritage Sites Costa Rica World Heritage Sites Cuba World Heritage Sites Czech Republic World Heritage Sites Denmark World Heritage Sites Dominica World Heritage Sites Dominican Republic World Heritage Sites Ecuador World Heritage Sites Egypt World Heritage Sites El Salvador World Heritage Sites Ethiopia World Heritage Sites Finland World Heritage Sites France World Heritage Sites Greece World Heritage Sites Guatemala World Heritage Sites Haiti World Heritage Sites Hungary World Heritage Sites Iceland World Heritage Sites India World Heritage Sites Indonesia World Heritage Sites Iran World Heritage Sites Ireland World Heritage Sites Israel World Heritage Sites Italy World Heritage Sites Jamaica World Heritage Sites Japan World Heritage Sites Libya World Heritage Sites Luxembourg World Heritage Sites Macedonia World Heritage Sites Madagascar World Heritage Sites Mexico World Heritage Sites Mongolia World Heritage Sites Morocco World Heritage Sites Nepal World Heritage Sites Netherlands World Heritage Sites New Zealand World Heritage Sites Nicaragua World Heritage Sites North America World Heritage Sites Norway World Heritage Sites Palestine World Heritage Sites Panama World Heritage Sites Paraguay World Heritage Sites Peru World Heritage Sites Poland World Heritage Sites Portugal World Heritage Sites Romania World Heritage Sites Russia World Heritage Sites Singapore World Heritage Sites Slovakia World Heritage Sites South Africa World Heritage Sites South America World Heritage Sites Spain World Heritage Sites Sweden World Heritage Sites Switzerland World Heritage Sites Tanzania World Heritage Sites Thailand World Heritage Sites Turkey World Heritage Sites Ukraine World Heritage Sites United Kingdom World Heritage Sites United States World Heritage Sites Uruguay World Heritage Sites Venezuela World Heritage Sites Western Asia World Heritage Sites What is a World Heritage Site?
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