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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    When the Puerto Rican Young Lords Demanded Action in the Garbage Offensive

    In 1969, a group of New York City youth known as the Young Lords demanded change in the way the largest city in the United States handled sanitation. The initiative, known as the Garbage Offensive, wasn’t the group’s original plan of action, but it proved highly effective in calling out the needs and rights of […] More

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    10 Long-Gone MLB Ballparks With Quirky Features

    Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field—Major League Baseball’s oldest ballparks—are charming testaments from the sport’s early 20th century. Some of the peers of those ballparks had odd features, from weird dimensions to insanely high outfield walls. Here are 10 of the more unusual and quirky bygone ballparks in MLB history. 1. Baker Bowl in […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    When the Puerto Rican Young Lords Demanded Action in the Garbage Offensive

    In 1969, a group of New York City youth known as the Young Lords demanded change in the way the largest city in the United States handled sanitation. The initiative, known as the Garbage Offensive, wasn’t the group’s original plan of action, but it proved highly effective in calling out the needs and rights of […] More

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    10 Long-Gone MLB Ballparks With Quirky Features

    Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field—Major League Baseball’s oldest ballparks—are charming testaments from the sport’s early 20th century. Some of the peers of those ballparks had odd features, from weird dimensions to insanely high outfield walls. Here are 10 of the more unusual and quirky bygone ballparks in MLB history. 1. Baker Bowl in […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    When the Puerto Rican Young Lords Demanded Action in the Garbage Offensive

    In 1969, a group of New York City youth known as the Young Lords demanded change in the way the largest city in the United States handled sanitation. The initiative, known as the Garbage Offensive, wasn’t the group’s original plan of action, but it proved highly effective in calling out the needs and rights of […] More

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    10 Long-Gone MLB Ballparks With Quirky Features

    Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field—Major League Baseball’s oldest ballparks—are charming testaments from the sport’s early 20th century. Some of the peers of those ballparks had odd features, from weird dimensions to insanely high outfield walls. Here are 10 of the more unusual and quirky bygone ballparks in MLB history. 1. Baker Bowl in […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    When the Puerto Rican Young Lords Demanded Action in the Garbage Offensive

    In 1969, a group of New York City youth known as the Young Lords demanded change in the way the largest city in the United States handled sanitation. The initiative, known as the Garbage Offensive, wasn’t the group’s original plan of action, but it proved highly effective in calling out the needs and rights of […] More

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    10 Long-Gone MLB Ballparks With Quirky Features

    Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field—Major League Baseball’s oldest ballparks—are charming testaments from the sport’s early 20th century. Some of the peers of those ballparks had odd features, from weird dimensions to insanely high outfield walls. Here are 10 of the more unusual and quirky bygone ballparks in MLB history. 1. Baker Bowl in […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    When the Puerto Rican Young Lords Demanded Action in the Garbage Offensive

    In 1969, a group of New York City youth known as the Young Lords demanded change in the way the largest city in the United States handled sanitation. The initiative, known as the Garbage Offensive, wasn’t the group’s original plan of action, but it proved highly effective in calling out the needs and rights of […] More

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    10 Long-Gone MLB Ballparks With Quirky Features

    Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field—Major League Baseball’s oldest ballparks—are charming testaments from the sport’s early 20th century. Some of the peers of those ballparks had odd features, from weird dimensions to insanely high outfield walls. Here are 10 of the more unusual and quirky bygone ballparks in MLB history. 1. Baker Bowl in […] More

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    6 of the Wildest Moments from the 1986 New York Mets Championship Season

    Except for one fairytale season in 1969, when they won the World Series, the New York Mets were largely synonymous with futility for the first quarter-century of their existence. The Mets languished in the shadows of their pinstriped neighbors in the Bronx—the New York Yankees—but consecutive second-place finishes going into the 1986 season raised hopes […] More

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    5 Miraculous NFL Touchdown Passes

    Thousands of touchdown passes have been thrown in NFL history. But only a few—each tossed in the waning seconds of a pressure-cooker playoff game—have earned nicknames that have withstood the test of time. Here are five of the most miraculous NFL touchdown passes of all time:  1. The Immaculate Reception | December 23, 1972 With […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    World Series – Founding, Facts & Games

    Contents 1903: First World Series Played 1919 ‘Black Sox’ World Series Scandal New York Yankees Dominate World Series Other Notable World Series 1989: Earthquake World Series 1994: Cancellation of World Series  World Series Most Valuable Player Award Sources: The World Series—or Fall Classic—annually pits the pennant winners of the American and National leagues in a […] More

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    American Indian Wars: Timeline – Combatants, Battles & Outcomes

    Contents 17th Century  18th Century American Revolution Era Battle of Tippencanoe, War of 1812 Sand Creek Massacre, Battle of Little Bighorn Sources For more than 250 years, as Europeans sought to control newly settled American land, wars raged between Native Americans and the frontiersmen who encroached on their territory, resources and trade. Known as the […] More

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    John C. Calhoun – Biography, Facts & Significance

    Contents Early Life and Career From Nationalist to States’ Rights Defender The Nullification Crisis and Defense of Slavery Later Career in Senate and Death in 1850 Sources John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) of South Carolina was one of the most influential politicians in the United States and a leading voice for the South during the antebellum […] More

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    When the Puerto Rican Young Lords Demanded Action in the Garbage Offensive

    In 1969, a group of New York City youth known as the Young Lords demanded change in the way the largest city in the United States handled sanitation. The initiative, known as the Garbage Offensive, wasn’t the group’s original plan of action, but it proved highly effective in calling out the needs and rights of […] More

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    10 Long-Gone MLB Ballparks With Quirky Features

    Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field—Major League Baseball’s oldest ballparks—are charming testaments from the sport’s early 20th century. Some of the peers of those ballparks had odd features, from weird dimensions to insanely high outfield walls. Here are 10 of the more unusual and quirky bygone ballparks in MLB history. 1. Baker Bowl in […] More

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    6 of the Wildest Moments from the 1986 New York Mets Championship Season

    Except for one fairytale season in 1969, when they won the World Series, the New York Mets were largely synonymous with futility for the first quarter-century of their existence. The Mets languished in the shadows of their pinstriped neighbors in the Bronx—the New York Yankees—but consecutive second-place finishes going into the 1986 season raised hopes […] More

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    5 Miraculous NFL Touchdown Passes

    Thousands of touchdown passes have been thrown in NFL history. But only a few—each tossed in the waning seconds of a pressure-cooker playoff game—have earned nicknames that have withstood the test of time. Here are five of the most miraculous NFL touchdown passes of all time:  1. The Immaculate Reception | December 23, 1972 With […] More

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    ‘Games of the Century’: 7 of College Football’s Most Epic Clashes

    For at least the first half of the 20th century, college football was more popular than the professional version. So, when powerhouses met then, the games often had a larger-than-life quality. On rare occasions, the combination of blueblood programs, high stakes and intense media coverage created a matchup that transcended all others. Those games were […] More

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