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The Louisiana Purchase and Exploration one american’s storyThe Louisiana Purchase and Exploration one american’s story
In 1790, Captain Robert Gray became the first American to sail around the world. Two years later, Gray explored a harbor in what is now Washington state. This harbor was later named Gray’s Harbor
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Grant surprised Map (Terrain Key)Errata: Add the orchard symbol to the Light Woods icon; the Peach Orchard is treated as Light WoodsGrant surprised Map (Terrain Key)Errata: Add the orchard symbol to the Light Woods icon; the Peach Orchard is treated as Light Woods
Map (Terrain Key)Errata: Add the orchard symbol to the Light Woods icon; the Peach Orchard is treated as Light Woods
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The Life Story of a pioneer Joseph Knight RogersThe Life Story of a pioneer Joseph Knight Rogers
Although Joseph Knight Rogers lived only sixty-two years, which is not old by today's measures, his was a very full, worth, and eventful life. He might truly be called a "pioneer" because he spent most of his life helping to settle new
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Da gama and ibn majidDa gama and ibn majid
The Discovery of the East (St. Martin’s, 1972), emphasizes the importance of Ahmed Ibn Majid, a prominent Indian Ocean navigator of the day, who was hired by da Gama in the Swahili port of Malindi
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Railroads in north americaRailroads in north america
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Southern Exposure: 85-milesSouthern Exposure: 85-miles
Native American tribe, settlers changed the river’s, and valley’s, pronunciation from Will uh met’ ee, to today’s Will am’ ett. Flowing into the mighty Columbia
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Preparation for death in ancient EgyptPreparation for death in ancient Egypt
Ancient Egyptians spent a considerable amount of time and money preparing for their death. They purchased funerary items, commissioned or bought a coffin and built a tomb that was often more elaborate than their lifetime home
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Ulysses S. Grant Biography U. S. President, GeneralUlysses S. Grant Biography U. S. President, General
American Civil War, later becoming the 18th U. S. president. As a young, quiet man, Grant loved horses and excelled in equestrian events at the U. S. Military Academy at West Point. Unfortunately
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