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Baseball Cleats

baseball cleats

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Cleats are studs on the bottom of a shoe. Baseball players wear cleats to give them traction on soft or slippery surfaces. Cleats are made of plastic, rubber or metal...more



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A surgeon is a doctor that specializes in doing surgery. Surgeons repair or replace parts of the body that are not functioning correctly. Types of surgeons include cardiologist, pediatric, plastic and orthopedic surgeons...more

Vietnam War

Vietnam War

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The Vietnam War was fought between North Vietnam and South Vietnam. The communist government of North Vietnam, backed by the communist Soviet Union, fought against South Vietnam. The United States tried to help the people of South Vietnam and prevent the spread of communism... more

Morse Code

the telegraph

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Morse code is a combination of long and short symbols that are transmitted by light or sound and stand for numbers and letters of the alphabet. Morse code is used both as code and as an easy way to transmit messages. Both the North and the South used Morse Code during the Civil War... more.

Samuel Morse

Samuel Morse

Samuel Morse was the inventor of the electric telegram.  Samuel Morse is also credited, along with his friend Alfred Vail, with the development of Morse Code. Samuel Morse lived from 1791-1872. He was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, but spent most of his life in New York City... more



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Europe is a continent in the Northern and mostly Eastern Hemisphere. There are 44 countries located in Europe, including Germany, the United Kingdom and France. Europe covers over 3.9 million square miles and has over 741 million people. Europe is the second smallest continent on the earth...more



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The Protestant movement was a break off from the Roman Catholic Church due to perceived errors in the Catholic Church. The Protestant Reformation began in 1517 with the publication of Martin Luther's "95 Theses." Approximately 37% of all Christians are Protestants...more

Natural Gas

natural gas

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Natural Gas is found deep in the earth's surface. Natural gas is a hydrocarbon gas mixture. It consists mainly of methane. Some of the ways we use natural gas include heating our homes, cooking stoves, fuel for transportation and the generation of electricity... more

Equal Rights

equal rights

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Equal rights are protection under the law that everyone will be treated the same when it comes to things like trials, voting, government services and public education. There should be no exclusions because of gender or race...more



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A wage is the amount of money regularly paid to an employee for work. Wages are usually calculated by the hour and paid by the day, week, or month. Wages vary according to work hours. Salaries are usually fixed agreements between employers and their employees... more



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The word Americans refers to the people that live in North and South America. People also use the word Americans to refer just to the people that live in the United States of America. America is the home of many people of different ethnic origins... more

St. Peter's Basilica

St. Peter's Basilica

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St. Peter's Basilica is one of the largest churches in the world. It is located in the Vatican, and is built in the Renaissance style. St. Peter's Basilica is considered one of the holiest buildings of the Catholic Church... more

Featured Historic Event

May 14th, 1796

The Smallpox Vaccine

1796...Edward Jenner, a country doctor in England, administers the first test of his smallpox vaccine to an 8 year-old-boy.  Less than 2 months later the young boy was again stuck with a needle. However, this time it was smallpox matter. The boy did not come down with the disease.  The vaccine was a success!   Notable Historic Events

Featured Country


Austria is a landlocked country in Europe. There are about 32,000 square miles in Austria, and the population is around 9 million people. Austria is famous for its mountains, castles, and classical music. Mozart and Strauss were born in Austria. Austria was also the home of the Von Trapp family, who inspired the movie The Sound of Music... more

Featured US State



Montana means mountain in Spanish. Montana has been labeled the Treasure State. Not only is Montana rich in scenic treasure, but the state has been mined for copper, lead, zinc, silver, coal, and oil. Montana is also called Big Sky Country. Montana is the place to go to watch migrating herds of Elk, Eagles and Trumpeter Swans under a vast blue sky with an unobstructed view. The most populated city in Montana is Billings. Helena is the capital... more

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