06AUG 2022
Lewis and Clark Facts

Lewis and Clark Facts

Meriweather Lewis and William Clark were American explorers famous for taking the first American expedition to cross what is now the western portion of the United States, departing in May 1804, from near St. Louis on the Mississippi River, making their way westward through the continental divide to the Pacific coast. See the fact file below for more information on Lewis and Clark…

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02AUG 2022
World War II Airsoft Guns

World War II Airsoft Guns

Airsoft was already an engineering triumph and a popular game before some talented designers began producing outstanding replica airsoft guns. Today replicas have overtaken the sport and dominate most online discussion, particularly when a new model comes out that captures the very essence of its namesake…
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29JUL 2022
Native Americans during the Civil War

Native Americans during the Civil War

Hello again, folks, and welcome back to the Connections blog! In keeping with my recent theme of exploring how the Civil War affected groups of people that often don’t get much of a voice in the historical narrative, today I will be exploring the topic of Native Americans in the Civil War. Indeed, Native…
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25JUL 2022
Pictures of the American Revolutionary War

Pictures of the American Revolutionary War

Although the fighting with Spain in the Philippines had ended in August 1898, American troops found themselves with more battles to fight there in order to assert U.S. dominance over the region. The fighting with Filipino rebels began as a result of the U.S. refusal to include the Filipino nationalists…
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21JUL 2022
Spacecraft that landed on the moon

Spacecraft that landed on the moon

“VISUALLY CONFIRMED: Enormous Craft Detected on the moon! At least one enormous object of unknown origin has been visually verified as having landed on our moon.” That captivating, not at all sensationalistic, opening was published on the Turner Radio Network (TRN) on January 20, sparking an understandable…
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17JUL 2022
Assembly line Industrial Revolution

Assembly line Industrial Revolution

Author: Lewis Hackett Date: 1992 Industrialization: The First Phase Most products people in the industrialized nations use today are turned out swiftly by the process of mass production, by people (and sometimes, robots) working on assembly lines using power-driven machines. People of ancient and medieval…
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13JUL 2022
World War Two weapons

World War Two weapons

It might have been the greatest lost weapon of World War II. Major-General JFC Fuller, the man credited with developing modern armored warfare in the 1920s, called failure to use it the greatest blunder of the whole war. He even suggested that British and American tank divisions could have overrun…
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09JUL 2022
Manhattan Project test

Manhattan Project test

The only color photograph available for the Trinity blast, taken by Los Alamos scientist and amateur photographer Jack Aeby from near Base Camp. As Aeby later said, It was there so I shot it. Credit: Jack Aeby The world’s first atomic bomb test might have exposed unaware civilians in New Mexico to…
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05JUL 2022
Manhattan Project Pin

Manhattan Project Pin

Original Atomic Bomb Sterling Silver Pin and Appreciation Certificate from the War Department (Army Service Forces Corps of Engineers)Manhattan District dated August 6, 1945. This historic document was printed by the United States of America War Department and has an underprint of the Manhattan Project…
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