John Smith Escapes Again!

Rosalyn Schanzer

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Flores (1952) available at GOB/GPD. – Jean H. Herodotus had said the Nile turned west and became the Niger, others said it turned east and somehow joined the Tigris and Euphrates. The first gold production (100 tons averaging 0.65 ounces of gold per ton) was achieved in 1948. A number of British companies, including Glaxo (now GlaxoSmithKline) and Kemball Bishop, a London firm later bought by Pfizer, took up the challenge. Julian he named it, and he knew full well that there they must remain some four or five months.

Amazing Archaeologists: True Stories of Astounding

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But, one should not take it for granted that all pieces from this point forward are easily attainable. .. quite the contrary! The need for baleen kept the industry going, however. Three little ships had now emerged, battered and worn, manned by crews gaunt and thin and shivering. Every year, Garden researchers collect about 150,000 plant specimens and describe about 200 new species. The rush of 400 miners soon exhausted the shallow alluvial and eluvial gold on the island, so the Bristish Administrator, William MacGregor (later Sir William), used HMS Swinger to take miners prospecting on nearby islands, eventually finding gold on Misima in October 1888.

Tuniit: Mysterious Folk of the Arctic

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How Paula and one of her young daughters walked over the rough ground, endured the hardships of desert-life, and finally lived twenty years at Bethlehem, would take too long to tell. Neil Armstrong and David Scott makes the first space docking in Gemini 8. Today's rockets are remarkable collections of human ingenuity that have their roots in the science and technology of the past. This shocking accident reminded the world of the dangers of space travel, and the incredible bravery of all astronauts.

The Scoop on Poop: Lifting the Lid on the science of Poo and

Richard Platt

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July 1, 1997 - Space Shuttle Columbia lifts off again to complete the flight aborted in April. October 12, 1994 - Spacecraft Magellan enters the atmosphere of Venus, burning up following the completion of its mapping mission. He recognized it as something scientifically interesting, went on to perform follow-up experiments that traced the source of the exposure to the uranium, and in the process, discovered radioactivity. The closest approach to Uranus occurred on 24 January 1986. The universe is what it is, not what we want it to be, and science must always be open to correcting its mistakes.

Lost City: The Discovery of Machu Picchu

Ted Lewin

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The Museum’s unfinished Salvator Mundi ( 32.100.64 ), begun in 1505 by Dürer, provides a unique opportunity to see the artist’s underdrawing and, in the beautifully rendered sphere of the earth in Christ’s left hand, metaphorically suggests the connection of sacred art and the realms of science and geography. Uganda and Congo disagree over Lake Albert borders. Almost every year after 1497 an international mixture of fishing vessels could be seen on the offshore fisheries southeast of Newfoundland and east of Nova Scotia.

Francisco Vasquez de Coronado (Latinos in American History)

Jim Whiting

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Editorials began warning against the "folly" of rushing out to California to get rich. Clarissa Falls was given its name in the 18th century by the great Belize-Irish patriot Thomas Paslow in honor of his wife Clarissa Paslow nee Carter a Creole (Afro-English). In the voiceless depths of the watery wilderness we encountered neither treachery nor guile, and we floated down, down, hundreds of miles. After rotating around the room learning about each explorer and ruler, students analyze what they learned by placing each person at one of 2 dinner table templates (round and long) so that they are all seated next to someone with whom they have something in common.

When Did Columbus Arrive in the Americas?: And Other

Kathy Allen

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An outstanding and invaluable site for American history and general studies. There may not be much left, but with the words of Kipling's Explorer we may fitly conclude— "Something hidden. After trading in the region for some six years, he later explored the Texas interior on his way to Mexico. 1540-1542 -- In search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola, Francisco Vasquez de Coronado lead an expedition into the present southwestern United States and across northern Texas. 18 February 1685 -- Robert Cavelier, Sieur de LaSalle established Fort St.

Columbus Day (American Holidays)

Connor Dayton

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This new exhibit focuses on the Lunar Reconnaisance Orbiter (LRO) and Earth's only natural satellite, the Moon. Quinn considers, then dismisses, the possibility that Christopher Columbus might have been influenced in his thinking by the Norse experience while visiting Iceland during the 1470s; see his "Columbus and the North: England, Iceland, and Ireland," William & Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., XLIX: 2 (April 1992): 278-297; this article has since been reprinted, with a new appendix, in David B.

I Am Sacajawea, I Am York: Our Journey West with Lewis and

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Was there some vexation in the heart of the "Admiral of India" when the command of the new fleet was given to Pedro Cabral? This new exhibit focuses on the Lunar Reconnaisance Orbiter (LRO) and Earth's only natural satellite, the Moon. His name is also associated with Genoa, and he may have spent some time there as a boy. They discovered the Mississippi River, and sailed 20 miles up the Mississippi. Arrived at the King's palace, Master Chancellor was received by one hundred Russian courtiers dressed in cloth of gold to the very ankles.

History's Mysteries

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So twice five miles of fertile ground, With walls and towers were girdled round: And there were gardens bright with sinuous rills, Where blossom'd many an incense-bearing tree; And here were forests ancient as the hills, Enfolding sunny spots of greenery." Point Rosee could reinforce that story or completely change it if the dating is different from L’Anse aux Meadows. This work was carried out at a time of relatively low gold prices. While the initial reaction was to conclude that the discovery provided powerful archaeological support for the argument that Vinland was there, at the top of Newfoundland�s Northern Peninsula, specialists today are unwilling to describe L�Anse aux Meadows as anything more than a temporary or seasonal habitation site.