European Town Graves Reveal Historical Clues

Two years following Christopher Columbus ‘s journey across the Atlantic in 1492, Columbus and colonists took off on a second trip. The result of their subsequent voyage was the foundation of the first established European town in the New World. It was given the name La Isabela. La Isabela had a short four year existence. The […]

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Research History Paper 101

I would like to review some of the vital elements as a necessity for writing a successful research paper. 1. Thesis: A strong thesis statement is presented early in the paper and consists of one to three at the most sentences. Explanation in more detail 2. Research Sources: In a history paper the difference between primary and […]

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IBM Introduces the System/360

May the computers unite and with that revolutionary concept the IBM System/360 was born. Before the uniting of computers into a network of systems, each was its own creation uniquely customized for each of IBM’s clients. It has been 50 years since the 360 mainframe was introduced in 1964. It boasted the first mainframe computers […]

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Ebola Virus: One of Its Most Deadly Forms

The history of the Ebola virus is believed to date back to the beginning of our planet, though it was only first discovered in 1976. A clue that indicates an ancient origin is that the molecule’s genetic code is one of the most primitive and ancient  having a single strand of RNA. The Hot Zone The recent outbreak of […]

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