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Take German-Americans, the country's largest ancestry group with 49 million members. While they make up more than 30% of the population in the Midwest, they account for less than 10% of the population
What does the Bible look like when condensed into an infographic? Well, that depends on the which source you’re consulting. In today’s tech-savvy era there are countless tools for exploring the Bible imagery
Pokhlebkin reconsidered “His name was magical. Legendary,” claimed an article in the newspaper Vechernyaya Moskva (Evening Moscow) on the third anniversary of Pokhlebkin’s death. “Many believed it to a
The story of William McCoy sounds almost like a Prohibition-era version of Breaking Bad. A mild-mannered shipbuilder, McCoy started smuggling booze along the Eastern seaboard during the early 1920s, only
It is interesting to note that the "Welcome Center" to the State of Virginia is located just south of the Rappahannock River, in the town of Fredericksburg. This town sits about sixty miles south of the
Pre-Civil War-The Fantastic Story of Olive Oatman Olive Oatman (1837 – March 20, 1903) was a woman from Illinois whose family was killed in 1851 when she was fourteen in today’s Arizona by a Native American