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January is a great time to start eating healthier, but that doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in our top 10 tastiest food history posts of 2016.
The Electoral College has made headlines lately. Learn about the political drama of the 1893 presidential election.
See any Oscar contenders this year? Check out awards and trophies of the past before you hit the red carpet.
Inauguration Day has brought both national unity and partisan poking.
Five U.S. presidents have visited this museum so far. Learn more about these presidential museum-goers.
Can advertising be art? Take a look at these vivid advertising posters from the 1920s and let us know what you think.
One school teacher watched the attack on Pearl Harbor unfold in 1941. She coped by writing down everything she saw.
Take a close look at these World War II-era Chinese banknotes and you’ll find… turtles?
Looking forward to seeing women depicted on American five, 10, and 20 dollar notes soon? This announcement is a wonderful opportunity to take a look at how woman suffrage has been depicted on coins and currency in the past.
We really appreciate everyone who reads our blog. Which posts did you history buffs love best in 2016? Find out.
Without a teleprompter, William Jennings Bryan gave one of the most spellbinding political speeches in American history.