Library’s Tasty Treasure: George Washington’s Beer Recipe

*Transcript of Recipe: George Washington’s Beer Recipe (Note: Following this recipe exactly will result in a beer with an alcohol content of about 11 percent — making it at least twice as potent as most of today’s commercially brewed domestic beers.) To Make Small Beer: Take a large siffer full of bran hops to your […]

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Research History May Newsletter COPYRIGHT © 2007-2011 Research History Website, At The Helm, LLC   Historical Poster $14.99/San Francisco Earthquake 1906 Research Requests Texas Cherokee Chiefs Indian American History Cherokee Chiefs Pages 1900 Texas Oklahoma Map About Us Donations Welcomed Historical Posters History Topics Home Kids’ History Corner by 4th grader Lindsey Request a Workshop […]

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The Freedom Riders

January 12, 2006 In 1961, the Freedom Riders set out for the Deep South to defy Jim Crow laws and call for change. They were met by hatred and violence — and local police often refused to intervene. But the Riders’ efforts transformed the civil rights movement. Oxford University Press A “Freedom Bus” in flames, […]

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Audrey Hepburn Born

Audrey Hepburn Biography Audrey Hepburn was a film and fashion icon of the twentieth century and one of the most beloved actresses of all time. She enchanted the world with elegance and innocent charm, and portrayed some of the most memorable characters in film. Although she was one of the few actresses to win an […]

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Margaret Thatcher sworn in

May 4, 1979:  Margaret Thatcher, leader of the Conservative Party, is sworn in as Britain’s first female prime minister. The Oxford-educated chemist and lawyer was sworn in the day after the Conservatives won a 44-seat majority in general parliamentary elections. Margaret Hilda Roberts was born in Grantham, England, in 1925. She was the first woman […]

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THE MAY 4 SHOOTINGS AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

THE MAY 4 SHOOTINGS AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY: THE SEARCH FOR HISTORICAL ACCURACY BY JERRY M. LEWIS and THOMAS R. HENSLEY INTRODUCTION On May 4, l970 members of the Ohio National Guard fired into a crowd of Kent State University demonstrators, killing four and wounding nine Kent State students. The impact of the shootings was dramatic. […]

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