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What Metro could have looked like
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Controversy Over the Apostle from Utah and First Mormon Senator
There are currently seven Mormons seated in the United States Senate, including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and Senators Mike Crapo of Idaho, Jeff Flake of Arizona, Orrin Hatch of Utah, Dean Heller of Nevada, Mike Lee of Utah, and Tom Udall of New Mexico. And, don’t forget that a Mormon, Mitt Romney, ran for ...
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Want to work at Heurich House Museum? How about an events & marketing coordinator cc Heurich House Museum
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Fascinating Unbuilt Expansion of the White House (1892) -
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Proposed 1892 World's Fair That Didn't Happen in D.C. -
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Amazing: Capturing a Piece of Yankee History [VIDEO]
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Six Nazi Saboteurs Executed in Washington #CrazyHistory
Most of you probably are not aware that Nazi saboteurs landed on our shores early during World War II. On June 12th, 1942, a Nazi submarine reached the coast of Long Island, landing four German spies on the sandy beaches of Amagansett. U.S. Coast Guardsman, John Cullen discovered them while on routine beach patrol. George ...
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British Aeronaut Lands Biplane Between War Department and West Wing - cc WhiteHousePressCorps
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Snow Ain't Over Yet ... March 28th, 1942 - #OldPost
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