"Undoubtedly!" said Gainer, as he swung the Clark Street bridge to let the CY Slocum pass through.

Sunday, November 22, 2009


The Will Rogers Memorial Museums
Introducing Geometry with a Neolithic Tool Kit
The Badger Herald: NEWS: History of the Mifflin Street...
World War II (pacific footage)
Andrew Carnegie
The Presidents of the United States
Glossary of Greek and Roman Religion and Philosophy -...
A Documentary History of the Communist Party of the United...
Biology as a science made its move from an Aris...
Genes mutate. Individuals are selected. Populations evolve. Why have my genes not been selected? And why does someone like Manson not chosen but Bush is?
The History of Pollution
The History They Didn't Teach You
An Alfred Hitchcock documentary on the Nazi Holocaust
The Greatest Century That Ever Was: 25 Miraculo...
TIME 100: Henry Ford
edit this page to keep links that work - find new links for those that don't work - good opportunity to surpass the old page in hits - the old page has 50% dead links!
Avalon Project - Chronology of American History 1492 - Present
Internet Public Library: POTUS
TheStar.com | News | Herod's tomb found
The world history of pollution
President Dwight David "Ike" Eisenhower 1890 - 1969
History of the World in 1 Minute
The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Giving
In the waning years of the 19th century, the steel baron Andrew Carnegie set the tone for a transformation in American philanthropy that will no doubt continue well into the new millennium.
Digital History
Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project
The Men Who Made the Movies - Alfred Hitchcock
Principles of Scientific Management by Frederick Winslow Taylor
Desrtuction of Huguenots
YouTube - What is The John Birch Society?
The Thomas A. Edison Papers
History, scientific terms, nomenclature, etc. -...
The Philosophy of History
Sediment layers reveal a history of pollution
Spengler, The Decline of the West
History Forum :: History Discussion :: Chat :: Message Board
Edison National Historic Site - Links to Online...
The History of Political Parties in the United States
The First Measured Century: Book
World War One
The British Constitution
T.E.A.C.H. -- A History of Pollution
World War II - German Sniper Training Film
Mikeb302000: Homo Floresiensis - The Hobbit
"They appeared to live isolated on an island as recently as 17000 years ago, ..."
NAACP National Headquarters
The History Guy: The History of American Political Parties
How the Web Was Won | vanityfair.com
The Philosophy of History
Hegel - Philosophy of History
Index Page - The U.S. Constitution Online - USC...
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Main Page
Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
Evolution: Library: Darwin's Letters: Collecting Evidence
TIME 100: Che Guevara
Early Metrical Tales: Including the History of Sir Egeir,...
The University of Oklahoma College of Law: A Chronology...
Harry S. Truman Library and Museum
Henry Ford Biography
History of The Ancient City of Pompeii
The magnificent ancient city of Pompeii was left buried under about 20 feet of earth and ash. Pompeii was originally only 500 meters from the sea, but after the eruption the distance to the sea increased to two kilometers.
John Birch Society
The History Place - The Rise of Adolf Hitler
Timothy Leary Ph.D - Air date: March 1984
Online Library of Liberty - The History of the ...
Free Speech Movement 1964
World War One 1918 #2
The Philosophy of History
History of Fire
WHITE PANTHERS' "Total Assault on the Culture"
Welcome To The Book Page at Love to Learn Place.com
in chronological order
Civilization in Americas 1000 Years Earlier
TIME 100: Person of the Century - A Brief Histo...
Hegel's Lectures on the Philosophy of History
"Legends, Ballad-stories, Traditions must be excluded from such original history. These are but dim and hazy forms of historical apprehension, and therefore belong to nations whose intelligence is but half awakened. Here, on the contrary, we have to do with people fully conscious of what they were and what they were about. The domain of reality — actually seen, or capable of being so — affords a very different basis in point of firmness from that fugitive and shadowy element, in which were engendered those legends and poetic dreams whose historical prestige vanishes, as soon as nations have attained a mature individuality." - But we may miss something important like the Hobbit
American Political Parties
Mahatma Gandhi : Film : MAHATMA - Life of Gandhi, 1869-1948 (2hrs 16min)
Facts and Figures: The Greek World
AMERICAN HISTORY IN PICTURES: Washington DC 1900s -1930s P.1
Voyages of the Pyramid Builders
pyramids are communication devices?
Modern China: The 1911 Revolution
Henry Hudson Explorer of the Hudson River -- By The Half...
Internet Medieval Sourcebook
The History of Political Parties in America - Poltical...
Charles M. Schwab Biography
A biography of Napoleon Hill (1883-1970) - Founder of...
Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Main Page
Korean War and Cold War History Project
History of Islam
History Timelines on the Web ... The History Beat
King Herod the Great
Albert Hofmann: LSD - My Problem Child
Greek Demonstration: The Return of Odysseus and the Elements...
UK Parliament - Parliament Home Page
Thomas Edison Home Page
The American Experience | The Richest Man in the World:...
School Kids Holding 46 St...
Ancient 'hobbit' humans: a new species
"But, in other respects, it is startlingly primitive: far longer than its modern human equivalent, and equipped with a very small big toe, long, curved lateral toes, and a weight-bearing structure closer to a chimpanzee’s" Mythology is amazingly accurate in depicting elves and dwarves - long feet - floppy or pointed ears - small stature - "magical" abilities and this was only 20,000 years ago!
Online Library of Liberty - Hesiod's Life and W...
Speaking of George Eastman House
The Henry Ford: The Life of Henry Ford
Charles M. Schwab
The Last Confessions of E. Howard Hunt : Rolling Stone
The Egyptian Book of the Dead
History of Natural Philosophy from the Earliest...
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