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From New World Encyclopedia
Charles Darwin's book "On the Origin of Species," and seeking a reconciliation between science and Christian doctrine
Prussia also nicknamed "der alte Fritz" ("Old Fritz").
cultures first saw nomads mounted on horses.
Martin Luther King, Jr. in the earliest days of the American Civil Rights Movement
psychologist Urie Bronfenbrenner believed that children need sustained interaction with their parents and a supportive society in order to develop into successful adults
Belize was founded as the first wilderness sanctuary for the jaguar
prison for protesting Apartheid before becoming president of South Africa
chimpanzees use tools, an ability previously thought to be uniquely human.
Russian Orthodox Church during the years when Russian fur traders settled in Alaska
Baroque period, were recreated by several twentieth century painters, including Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali, in their own style
saints and angels while square halos were sometimes used for the living
Thomas More as the name for the ideal state in his book, "Utopia," which described a fictional perfect society
Germany from 1919 to 1933 officially called Deutsches Reich, usually translated as "The German Reich"
John Cabot's discovery of the abundance of fish in the Grand Banks in 1497 led to the development of fishing and fish processing, culminating in overfishing and a serious decline of fish stocks
Germany, built by Charlemagne and his burial site, is the oldest cathedral in Northern Europe
Science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin's father is anthropologist Alfred L. Kroeber who studied "Ishi," the last of the Yahi tribe
religions and culture
authority figure and when their peers also act in the same way
Phoenician city of Carthage through its role in the Roman Empire, its time as a pirate stronghold, rebuilding under the Ottoman Empire, and more recentl
chords in which an overtone is produced that sounds like a fifth note
Industrial Revolution led to advances in agricultural technology that greatly increased food production allowing large numbers of people to pursue other types of work
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