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      Counties in the Republic of Ireland
      The Republic of Ireland has an intricate system of local government. This word search simplifies matters by asking you to...
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      Alfred R. Waud
      Alfred R. Waud, British-born American illustrator whose lively and detailed sketches of scenes from the Civil War, which...
      Alfred Waud, artist for Harper's Weekly, sketching in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1863; photograph by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.
      Important Battles of World War II
      World War II lasted four long years. Here are 20 important battles. Try your hand at finding them in this word search.
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      Head cabbage
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      11 Memorable Quotes from U.S. Presidential Debates
      We admit it. We’re no Jack Kennedy.
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      Quick Quiz: Can You Name the Artists of These Paintings from a Description?
      Can you tell a Picasso from a Gauguin? What if you can’t see the paintings? Match these paintings with their creators using...
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      Lal Bahadur Shastri
      Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indian statesman, prime minister of India (1964–66) after Jawaharlal Nehru. A member of Mahatma Gandhi’s...
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      Dame Roma Flinders Mitchell
      Dame Roma Flinders Mitchell, Australian jurist (born Oct. 2, 1913, Adelaide, Australia—died March 5, 2000, Adelaide), was...
      This Day in History Quiz: September 23
      We all know what makes September 23 such an important day in history…or do we? Test your knowledge of the day’s events with...
      Solar system illustration. (planets; sun)
      Radium Girls Quiz
      The case of the Radium Girls was one of the first where a company was held responsible for the health and safety of its employees....
      Polish-born French physicist Marie Curie poses in her Paris laboratory; undated photo.
      Statue of Liberty Quiz
      Think you know your history about one of the United States’s most recognizable symbols? Try your luck with this quiz.
      Workmen constructing the Statue of Liberty in Frederic Auguste Bartholdi's Parisian warehouse workshop; first model; left hand and quarter-sized head. Photo by Albert Fernique, ca. 1882-83.
      Why Was Frederick Douglass’s Marriage to Helen Pitts Controversial?
      When Frederick Douglass married his second wife, Helen Pitts, news publications around the United States rose up in protest....
      Frederick Douglass with his second wife Helen Pitts Douglass (sitting) and sister-in-law, Eva Pitts (standing).
      Isaac Oliver
      Isaac Oliver, miniature painter. Oliver’s French Huguenot parents took him to England about 1568, where he studied painting...
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      Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot
      Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot, French military engineer who designed and built the world’s first true automobile—a huge, heavy, steam-powered...
      Wu Sangui
      Wu Sangui, Chinese general who invited the Manchu of Manchuria into China and helped them establish the Qing dynasty in 1644....
      History of Lobotomy Quiz
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