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Looking at history, can marijuana even be considered a valid treatment for various conditions? Guest author Frankie Wallace examines this question in this new article on the 18th-century History website.

Click here: http://history1700s.com/index.php/articles/19-medical-history/2011-medicinal-marijuana-in-the-18th-century.html
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Finance management has a lot of moving parts. Both personal and business financing decisions involve planning, organizing, and monitoring financial resources in order to stay financially healthy. Finance management involves allocating money coming in and money going out in a variety of ways. At its core, finance management was similar in the 18th century.

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/14-guest-authors/2056-what-was-finance-management-like-during-the-18th-century.html
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"Modern comedy really isn't all that different from the comedy that was abundant in the 18th century. The delivery methods may have changed, and now there are many different platforms from which someone can access comedy, but the basic benefits of comedy have remained the same." -- Frankie Wallace

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/14-guest-authors/2053-what-was-comedy-like-during-the-18th-century.html
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Guest author Avery T. Phillips says that "the 1700s were a time of great innovation in the fields of gardening and agriculture. Without four-field crop rotation, the taxonomy of plants, and paper seed packets, our world would be vastly different." Take a look at her explanation as to why this is so.

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/14-guest-authors/2049-18th-century-gardening-trends-and-techniques.html
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For centuries the medicine was traditionally based but gradually using of science the medical transformed in a disciplined way. Based on the intellectual and evident based the medical research developed different medicine for diseases and saves peoples lives. Medical education importance is increasing day by day because lots of diseases spread all over the world and medical researchers continuously finding the root cause of the disease and develop antidotes for it.

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/19-medical-history/2048-medical-education-transformation-from-18th-century.html
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In his biography, Life of George Washington, Washington Irving gives us an excellent account of this important battle. In this account, you will find that Irving used journals and other material from the groundbreaking work of Dr. John Sparks, an earlier biographer of Washington, in his Life of George Washington. One also should take note that Irving's Washington is a national hero that stands out for his courage, duty, and honor in almost mythical proportions.

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/10-american-revolution/227-the-battle-of-trenton-an-account.html
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Although there are some drastic differences in the way our governments are structured and run from the 1700s to now, there are also quite a few similarities.

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/21-politics/2040-how-did-local-governments-function-differently-in-the-18th-century.html
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One of those sleepy little towns was Augusta, Georgia. Founded in 1738, Augusta would eventually become famous as the home of golf’s most prestigious event: The Masters.

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/14-guest-authors/2039-how-golf-and-recreation-shaped-18th-century-america.html
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Toward the start of the seventeenth century, an influx of religious change changed the manner in which Christmas was praised in the early American – winter holiday in Europe. At the point when Oliver Cromwell and his Puritan powers assumed control England in 1645, they guaranteed to free England of debauchery and, as a component of their exertion, dropped Christmas. By famous interest, Charles II was reestablished to the royal position, and with it came the arrival of the mainstream holiday.

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/14-guest-authors/2034-christmas-history-in-america1.html
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Guest Author, Frankie Wallace tells us about two battles that forever changed American History.

http://www.history1700s.com/index.php/articles/14-guest-authors/2030-battles-that-changed-american-history-forever.html
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