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  • The Cherokee Trail of Tears

    The forced relocation of American Indians began with the Indian Removal Act of 1830. In 1838 the Cherokee Indians became the fifth major tribe to…

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    Updated 22 Jul 2014 - 368 views this week (219,281 total)

    Contributions 15 images, 10 comments, 8 stories

  • Adolf Hitler

    Adolf Hitler began his life with artistic aspirations and a critical father. This awkward loner relied on hate and ambition to rise to Fuhrer in Germany.…

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    Updated 11 Oct 2013 - 277 views this week (46,356 total)

    Contributions 11 images, 3 stories

  • The Prohibition Era, 1919-1933

    Prohibition began with temperance movements throughout the United States before the Civil War. Alcohol consumption had become closely related with poverty…

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    Updated 06 Apr 2012 - 199 views this week (85,761 total)

    Contributions 28 images, 1 comment, 2 stories

  • Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow met in 1930 and formed one of the greatest crime duos in American history. Their crime spree lasted for two years, and by…

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    Updated 13 Oct 2013 - 198 views this week (106,642 total)

    Contributions 19 images, 3 stories

  • Ira Hayes

    Iwo Jima Flag Raiser

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    Updated 14 Oct 2013 - 144 views this week (23,591 total)

    Contributions 19 images, 2 stories

  • Japan in World War II

    During the 1930s and through World War II, the Japanese military controlled the government of Japan. Unlike Germany and Italy, Japan did not have a…

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    Updated 25 Feb 2009 - 141 views this week (43,850 total)

    Contributions 55 images, 1 story

  • The Cherokee Indians

    The Cherokee Indians are the largest Native American group in the United States today. This tribe has a unique history, culture and religion that began…

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    Updated 22 Sep 2013 - 129 views this week (29,344 total)

    Contributions 29 images, 1 comment, 7 stories

  • Nazi Germany

    After World War I, Germany faced a time of depression and political upheaval that created a favorable environment for Hitler and the Nazi Party to take…

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    Updated 30 Mar 2012 - 124 views this week (29,390 total)

    Contributions 50 images, 1 story

  • Attack on Pearl Harbor

    The attack that took place on December 7, 1941, at Pearl Harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, became the most shocking military defeat in U.S. history…

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    Updated 07 Dec 2010 - 117 views this week (51,208 total)

    Contributions 31 images, 2 comments, 3 stories

  • The Choctaw Indians

    The Choctaw Indians have inhabited the Mississippi region since the pre-Columbian era. The Choctaws were considered one of the “Five Civilized Tribes”…

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    Updated 20 Oct 2012 - 112 views this week (31,195 total)

    Contributions 6 images, 1 comment, 3 stories

  • Auschwitz Concentration Camp

    No other Nazi concentration camp is as well known for the atrocities committed within than the Auschwitz-Bikenau camp. Auschwitz and its two other main…

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    Updated 18 Jan 2011 - 105 views this week (48,184 total)

    Contributions 16 images, 1 comment, 3 stories

  • Anne Frank

    Anne Frank is probably the best-known victim of the Holocaust. As a young child, her family fled Germany for the Netherlands to escape the escalating…

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    Updated 21 Feb 2014 - 96 views this week (42,836 total)

    Contributions 7 images, 4 stories

  • Battle of Gettysburg

    Union and Confederate soldiers fought for three days on the bloody fields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. While the Union could call this battle a victory,…

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    Updated 28 Mar 2014 - 93 views this week (67,820 total)

    Contributions 55 images, 3 comments, 4 stories

  • Muscogee (Creek) Indians

    The Muscogee or Creek Indians, as they are better known, populated the south eastern region of the United States until they were removed to Oklahoma in…

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    Updated 06 Mar 2011 - 92 views this week (15,474 total)

    Contributions 2 images, 4 stories

  • The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln

    John Wilkes Booth plotted and carried out the assassination of President Lincoln. Originally, the plan was to abduct President Lincoln and take him to…

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    Updated 18 Sep 2011 - 81 views this week (30,713 total)

    Contributions 94 images, 1 story

  • Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

    Theodore Roosevelt was the son of President Theodore Roosevelt. He earned a Medal of Honor for his service during the Normandy invasion.

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    Updated 13 Jan 2014 - 80 views this week (12,325 total)

    Contributions 199 images, 2 stories

  • D-day Normandy Invasion

    The invasion of Normandy came as the long-awaited Second-Front, anticipated by Russia and feared by Hitler. “Operation Overlord” commenced on June 6,…

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    Updated 08 Sep 2014 - 80 views this week (37,318 total)

    Contributions 118 images, 2 comments, 3 stories

  • Abraham Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln became the president of the United States during the most divisive period of U.S. history.

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    Updated 08 May 2014 - 78 views this week (48,097 total)

    Contributions 175 images, 9 stories

  • Laura Ingalls Wilder

    Laura Ingalls Wilder was raised on the American frontier. Her father Charles acquired a homestead in the American back-country that later inspired Laura…

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    Updated 13 Oct 2013 - 71 views this week (63,694 total)

    Contributions 6 images, 1 story

  • Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp

    Bergen-Belsen began as a prison camp for captured prisoners of war. It was not like Auschwitz where numerous gas chambers killed thousands everyday. But…

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    Updated 09 Feb 2010 - 71 views this week (41,386 total)

    Contributions 12 images, 2 stories

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