History In Pictures
History In Pictures
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14 hours ago
A lot has changed between the 19th century and today, but one thing that hasn't is the plethora of available parenting advice—though the following tips would likely make today's parents scratch their chins.
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15 hours ago
There’s only one fully functional Gutenberg press in the world, and it lives at the Crandall Printing Museum in Alpine, Utah. See it in action.
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18 hours ago
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20 hours ago
These lost literary works were rediscovered in private collections, archives, and in one case, an attic.
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2 days ago
The Guinness World Record holder for longest song ever is an ambient ode to bossa nova that’ll take you all day to get through.
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2 days ago
After the brutal murder of her son, Beulah Mae Donald would stop at nothing to get justice—and take down one of the KKK's largest, and most violent, factions.
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2 days ago
The biggest fad of 1994 was an optical illusion that had people staring at abstract images and getting upset when nothing happened.
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3 days ago
When an author dies with their work unfinished, do we let it molder in vaults, stash it away in archives, or publish it for all the world to see—even if that’s not what the writer wanted?
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3 days ago
These are the sounds and images the Voyager Golden Record committee chose to represent Earth to intelligent alien life. https://t.co/2douydSvRv
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3 days ago
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4 days ago
From alien encounters in England to elk abductions in Washington State, here are 11 eerie unexplained events.
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4 days ago
While women jockeys face obstacles, perhaps none has faced the level of challenge that Eliza Carpenter did.
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4 days ago
In the 100-plus years since the RMS 'Titanic' slipped beneath the surface of the Atlantic, a wealth of ideas has been offered for how to bring it back up. Here are a few of the strangest.
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4 days ago
The prolific director was once enamored with a biography of Thomas Crapper, one of the innovators behind the flush-system toilet.
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5 days ago
Jackie Robinson broke the baseball color line in 1947 and became the first African American to play on a major sports team.
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5 days ago
Being a royal voyeur isn’t a new thing. Case in point: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s 1947 wedding.
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5 days ago
As you might have expected, the rule is a vestige of a historically patriarchal system of government that used to value sons over daughters.
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6 days ago
Lake Nyos was once known by locals as the “good” lake. But one night in 1986, it was responsible for one of the deadliest natural disasters in African history.
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