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facts about the Dust Bowl in the 1930s. When it started and how it affected so many people.
Published by Sam Montana 128 months ago in History | +40 votes | 89 comments
The Great Depression was the worst economic depression in United States history. It started on October 29, 1929, a day known as Black Tuesday when the stock market crashed.
Published by Sam Montana 128 months ago in History | +42 votes | 53 comments
Was Jesus Christ a historical figure. What are the historical evidences for Christ. Here is a survey.
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 114 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +41 votes | 42 comments
In 1994 by way of radiocarbon dating the oldest cave paintings to date were found in Grotte Chauvet (Chauvet Cave) in France and are dated from 30,000 BCE. But much evidence of repeated paintings found in what were called cave studios some of which span over thousands of years of use, with varying styles and techniques from different artists may mean cave painting is older than initially thought.
Published by lisa leverton 109 months ago in Art & Art History | +40 votes | 32 comments
India is an agglomeration of more than 1000 different cultures, and a typical day in any part of India can be an interesting read for non Indians.
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 113 months ago in Religion & Spirituality | +30 votes | 32 comments
5 Spiritual Quotes from 5 Great Minds in History
Published by deepblue 99 months ago in Philosophy | +48 votes | 30 comments
Goldfield “ghost town” Arizona was a town of many mysteries, and for years people visit it to either enjoy the view of the old settlement, or to look for clues to find the lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine.
Published by Alma Galvez 114 months ago in History | +17 votes | 30 comments
Standing as stark reminders of a peopleÂ’s past endeavors and hopes for the future, thousands of abandoned towns and cities can be seen around the world--some like silent, dusty museums, some little more than markers left in remembrance.
Published by James R. Coffey 99 months ago in Religion & Spirituality | +22 votes | 28 comments
A lot of misunderstanding in religion creates problems and wars. Christianity and Islam have a lot in common and some differences.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 115 months ago in Religion & Spirituality | +4 votes | 26 comments
Nelson Mandela is one of the most famous and controversial personalities of the 20st and the 21st centuries. Undoubtedly, he is the most popular African political figure in history.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 110 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +14 votes | 25 comments
The Excorcist is a ground-breaking horror film directed by William Friedkin and based on a novel by William Peter Blatty. The film is a masterpierce of horror, and a complex theological thriller which investigates the mysteries of faith. Yet, the film has been criticised by Feminist writers for its problematic representation of femininity and the female body.
Published by MJ5446 111 months ago in Popular Culture | +15 votes | 25 comments
The Statue of Liberty enlightening the world: a gift of friendship from France to the United States of America. It is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy.
Published by lucia anna 103 months ago in Religion & Spirituality | +43 votes | 24 comments
The religious wars still raged on in England in the 1600 hundreds well after the death of Queen Elizabeth I. Mary II Queen regnant of England, Scotland, and Ireland jointly took the throne with her husband William III of Orange from 1689 to 1694. Queen Mary II took power after her father, King James II, a Roman Catholic was deposed during a period in English history known as the Glorious Revolution. Mary II was able to take the throne because she was Protestant.
Published by carol roach 111 months ago in Biographies & Figures | +17 votes | 23 comments
Gospel means “Good News”. According to the gospels, Good News was first spread by the shepherds. Luke, who gives more importance to spreading the good news of Jesus, narrates how the poor shepherds could proclaim the message. They were the first evangelists of the Gospel.
Published by +Paulose 90 months ago in Religion & Spirituality | +26 votes | 22 comments
English language is continually evolving, with additional words added to dictionaries and slang created on a regular basis. Focusing the scope of the binoculars on the word "Oops," several trendy equivalents come into sharp focus.
Published by Christy Birmingham 91 months ago in English Language & Grammar | +16 votes | 22 comments
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