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The 14th amendment protects the rights and privileges associated with citizenship to all Americans born or naturalized in the U.S. It carries four parts: the citizenship clause, the privileges and immunities clause, the due process clause, and the equal protection clause. 
On July 28, 1868, the 14th amendment to the United States Constitution was certified, guaranteeing the rights and privileges of citizenship to all persons born or naturalized as U.S. citizens.
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C'est agitation de politiques en l’espionnage a moi. Ne plus pas aberrant.
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Ten years ago, Mumbai, India was overwhelmed by 37 inches of rain that fell in a single day. This record-setting downpour shut down the city. 
On July 27, 2005, Mumbai, India, received a record amount of rainfall: 94 centimeters (37 inches).
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What do you think is the most popular international auxiliary language in the world? See if you can guess correctly (no Googling!) before finding the answer on our site: http://on.natgeo.com/1Ov5ydi
On July 26, 1887, L.L. Zamenhof published Unua Libro, the first book in the invented “universal” language of Esperanto—now spoken by more than a million people around the world.
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The Rosetta Stone unlocked the mysteries of hieroglyphics, which had confounded historians for many years. However, the text wasn't a gripping tale of adventure; it was an instruction manual, outlining how to worship Pharaoh Ptolemy V.
On July 19, 1799, the Rosetta Stone was discovered in Rashid (sometimes called Rosetta), Egypt.
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No funciona el link... the link is broke.... desde chile ;)
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Here's an idea: escape the summer heat with the story of John "Snowshoe" Thompson, who pioneered a new way to deliver mail in the snow.
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U.S. pilot Wiley Post became the first pilot to fly solo around the world, and he did it without a navigator. Was he reckless, or just showing off? Learn how he did it:
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Visit the Smithsonian Institute Air and Space page to see a timeline and map documenting Post's remarkable journey. 
Eighty years ago, a one-eyed oilman made the first solo flight around the world.
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Classroom Time Machine: Ellis Island and the Immigrant Experience

Ric White builds research skills and global connections in his classrooms through student-driven simulations. He has been an educator for six years and currently teaches at Cliff Valley School in Atlanta, Georgia. Activity: Ellis Island Simulation…
Ric White builds research skills and global connections in his classrooms through student-driven simulations. He has been an educator for six years and currently teaches at Cliff Valley School in A...
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SCIENCE Meet the adorable “sea bunny” taking over the internet. What is it? Why is it so cute? (Nat Geo News) Cut to the chase—vote for the cutest animals in these Nat Geo Kids polls! Teachers, scroll down for a list of quick-and-cute resources in our…
SCIENCE Meet the adorable “sea bunny” taking over the internet. What is it? Why is it so cute? (Nat Geo News) Cut to the chase—vote for the cutest animals in these Nat Geo Kids polls! Teachers, scr...
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The "face" that NASA's Viking-1 satellite spotted on Mars is a set of hills, valleys, and mesas. This sort of optical illusion is called a pareidolia. Learn more here: http://on.natgeo.com/1OuOVOR
On July 25, 1976, NASA’s Viking-1 satellite captured the famous “Face on Mars” image.
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It was starting to develop or forming a land throughout the surface of Mars.
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Creature Feature: Quiet as an... Owl?

Our Creature Feature series is brought to you through our collaborations in education and citizen science. In this post, the Biomimicry Institute shares more about what makes the barn owl a stealthy hunter as part of their mission to bring nature-inspired…
Our Creature Feature series is brought to you through our collaborations in education and citizen science. In this post, the Biomimicry Institute shares more about what makes the barn owl a stealth...
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33 years ago, the International Whaling Commission banned commercial whaling, drastically reducing whale hunting across the world. Some indigenous communities still practice small-scale whaling. 
On July 23, 1982, the International Whaling Commission (IWC) voted to ban commercial whaling, the hunting and killing of whales for profit.
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Campaighning can be done so killing of animals are totally stopped
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Farmers don't have to worry too much about insects eating their garlic crops. The compounds in garlic work like a natural pesticide! Watch the fourth episode of How Does It Grow? and find out what powers this famous superfood.
Find resources for teaching about food and food Issues.
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