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Here's What It Was Really Like To Pioneer On The Oregon Trail  Between 1840 and 1860, roughly 400,000 people traveled the 2,000-mile path of the Oregon Trail, encountering sickness, death, exhaustion, and other hardships. The road was long and arduous, but for these determined pioneers, life continued…
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          Teachers Union President Calls School Reopenings 'White Supremacy'     Rumble — Recent remarks from the president of a Washington state teachers union have led to public criticism. Despite warnings of #children’s mental #health, he said that opening schools is a form…
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  Did Copper For The Old World’s ‘Bronze Age’ Come From Mines In The New World?   Pin Share Artifacts from the Bronze Age continue to be discovered by archeologists all over Europe and the Near East, but what is rarely discussed is where the massive amount…
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  Thor Heyerdahl is notable for his Kon-Tiki expedition in 1947   Thor Heyerdahl From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thor Heyerdahl (Norwegian pronunciation: [tuːr ˈhæ̀ɪəɖɑːɫ]; 6 October 1914 – 18 April 2002) was a Norwegian adventurer and ethnographer with a background in zoology, botany and geography. Heyerdahl is…
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  America Destroyed by Design     We Are Destined to Win!   FDA Documents Show Pfizer Secretly Added Heart Attack Drug to Children’s COVID Vaccines     Official SOS from Australia       Free Markets - US Economy Is a Monopoly or an…    …
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