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A fight to the last man. A cry of, Remember the Alamo! This national symbol of sacrifice and freedom is what most readers know about the Battle of the Alamo.
In the Civil War, battles raged in more than 20 states. The war between North and South remains the bloodiest in U.S. history. The casualties of the Battle of ...
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The four bloody years of the American Civil War left a permanent scar on the nation. Through it all, people on both sides fought bravely for the causes they ...
Abraham Lincoln gazes across the Washington Mall, his stone eyes all seeing. A grand memorial commemorating this much loved president is well known but do you ...
A stone shrine shrouded in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore is a symbol of democracy and freedom. Infographics, fact boxes, sidebars, and ...
When the American Civil War ended in 1865, the country faced the huge challenge of rebuilding and healing after four years of bitter war. Cities of the war ...
The Washington Monument is the tallest and most famous tribute to our nation’s capitol. But do you know the real history behind the monument? Historic, primary ...
An introduction to the different muscles and bones in the human body and how they function.
An introduction to the lungs and how they function. The concepts of blood and oxygen are discussed, as well as asthma.
An introduction to the five senses and the organs that perform the functions of sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch.
An introduction to the parts of the heart and circulatory system and how they function.
An introduction to the stomach and other parts of the digestive system and how they function.
An introduction to the parts of the brain and how they function. Thoughts and feelings, movements, and brain injuries are discussed.
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