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Hawaiian Statehood

Dec 12 2012
Hawaii became a U.S. territory in 1898. Why did it take more than 60 years for it become a state? [...] »

The Gaming Evolution

Oct 10 2012
From text-based to modern multiplayer interaction—even video games have history. [...] »

Families on the Farm

Oct 10 2012
What was life like for women and girls on late 19th- and early 20th-century farms? [...] »

On a Mission: Junípero Serra in New Spain

Oct 10 2012
Discover how missionary work impacted Native Americans. [...] »

Defining Dred Scott

Oct 10 2012
Who was Dred Scott, and what was the significance of his case? [...] »

The Origins of the Service Flag

Aug 8 2012
Discover what the symbols on these flags stand for. [...] »

Decisive Battles in the War of Independence

Aug 8 2012
What were the most important battles of the American Revolution? [...] »

Whites of Their Eyes

Jul 7 2012
Who said, "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes?" [...] »

Introducing Taxation

Jul 7 2012
Taxes are a part of our everyday life. But was this always true in the United States? [...] »

You Must Be This Old to Govern

Jul 7 2012
25, 30, 35. We all know these ages are part of the requirements for elected representatives, but where did they come from? [...] »