The Living History Books Of Jacob Abbott

Who is Jacob Abbott? I asked this question one day as I surveyed the latest public domain offerings at Project Gutenberg and found an interesting text by Mr. Abbott about Peter the Great. A Google search turned up a plethora of links and website answering this question for me. Jacob …

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The Collecting Of Masonic Collectibles

Collecting masonic collectibles, which have historical value and the fundamental principles of honor, integrity, trustworthiness, and dependability that has been held by masons from around the world. Collectors who collect masonic collectibles know that masons members of a mysterious society that is the largest in the world known as Freemasons. …

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What Happened When Jesus Was Crucified?

Before we discuss the actual crucifixion on Calvary, let’s look at the events that happened just before. There were two people in prison and it was a custom of the time to let the people choose a prisoner to be let go. A man named Pilate asked the Jews who …

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What Is Summit Fever?

If you have ever thought about climbing Mount Everest then it is very likely that you will know all about the term Summit Fever. Many people have described it as an anticipation to reach the top of the mounting disregarding safety, and ethics, among other things. However, is Summit Fever …

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What Types Of Camps Are Right For Kids?

Camps. Have you ever noticed how many different meanings one word can have? For example, there is the military training camp, a boot camp and even a training camp. Or perhaps the word reminds you of times where you used to play cowboys in the neighborhood and pretended to sit …

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What Is The Difference Between A Theme Park And An Amusement Park?

Is Disney World a theme park or an amusement park? What about Cedar Point? Is there really a difference or are these two terms for the same thing? Does it even matter? Well, it may not be as important as some things out there, but park and amusement park enthusiasts …

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Who Was The First Person To Make A Video Game?

The absolute earliest and first game to be played on some type of a cathode ray tube, and use some type of computer, was a missile simulator type game played on circular screen that looked much like the old radar screens used during World War II. This game was created …

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Wusthof Classic Ikon Chef’s Knife Vs Wusthof Classic Chef’s Knife

Despite their similarities, there’s a clear winner here for me: the Wusthof Classic Ikon beats the Classic hands down. Both are top quality knives, but I have a definite preference for more modern styles of knives. The Classic will appeal to old-school chef who still loves blocky handles and heavy …

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Worming Of Pets

Worming of pets has always been a topic of discussion. All the pet parents need authentic information about how and when to de-worm their precious pets. Generally, worming of any pet should start when they are young. This is because worms are not just acquired from the surroundings, but can …

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Why I Ditched My Smart Phone, Television, And Microwave

If you struggle with healthy meals, too much sitting at home and not enough energy to exercise, this article might be for you. You may learn ways to clear up your lifestyle to make healthy eating and exercise an easier part of your day! I will explain, in this article, …

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