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  2. Daniel Boone - Children, Home & TV Show - HISTORY

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    Dec 06, 2019 · Daniel Boone was a hunter, politician, land speculator and frontiersman whose name is synonymous with the Cumberland Gap and the settlement of Kentucky. Shows This Day In History

  3. The Real History Behind “The Sound of Music” - HISTORY

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    Aug 22, 2018 · Explore the true history behind one of the most popular films of all time, “The Sound of Music.” ... During World War II, Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler used the von Trapp’s villa as a summer ...

  4. Eighteenth-Century North Carolina Timeline | NC Museum of History

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    September 8: Governor Hyde dies of yellow fever, during an outbreak that kills many white settlers. 1713 March 20–23: Another force from South Carolina, consisting of 900 Indians and 33 whites, begins a three-day siege on the Tuscarora stronghold of Fort Neoheroka.

  5. Maine Historical Maps and Atlases - Historic Map Works

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    Maine Historical Maps and Atlases. The state of Maine collection contains 154 atlases spanning 405 years of growth and development (1599 through 2004).Within the atlases are 1,679 historical maps, illustrations, and histories many of which contain family names ideal for genealogical research.

  6. Q Fever | Q Fever | CDC

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    Q fever is a disease caused by the bacteria Coxiella burnetii.This bacteria naturally infects some animals, such as goats, sheep, and cattle. C. burnetii bacteria are found in the birth products (i.e. placenta, amniotic fluid), urine, feces, and milk of infected animals.

  7. History of the world - Wikipedia

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    The history of the world, in common parlance, is the history of humanity (or human history), as determined from archeology, anthropology, genetics, linguistics, and other disciplines; and, for periods since the invention of writing, from recorded history and from secondary sources and studies.

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    Welcome to BlackPast. This 6,000 page reference center is dedicated to providing information to the general public on African American history and the history of more than one billion people of African ancestry around the world.

  9. Formerly known as the Adirondack Museum, the Adirondack Experience brings the history of the Adirondacks to life in fun, family friendly, unique ways.

  10. Bridgehunter.com is a database of historic or notable bridges in the United States, past and present. Not sure where to begin? Try browsing a random bridge, selecting a category, choosing a state from the map, or using the search tool below. — James Baughn, webmaster