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Orange County has a unique history, geography and economy. Literally the stuff of movies, this part of Southern California attracts people from all over the world.
Here you'll learn some interesting facts about Orange County.
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"The key to Insull's labor relations was his compound of realism and good sense, and shrewd understanding of men. ...
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#LucilleBall risks crossing over to television
i love lucy - 12/14/17
i love lucy - 12/14/17
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In the year 1000 C.E., we humans and our domestic animals were only 2 percent of the mammal biomass on Earth. We are now 90 percent of all the mammal biomass on Earth.
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The America of the 1800s was exploding in size and wealth but lacked the trained engineers to keep this momentum. The federal government came to the rescue with "land-grant colleges," which blossomed across the country.
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"Subject to the whims & po­tential violence of the men, they faced the constant threat of dis­ease -- & not only sexually transmitted diseases such as syphilis, popularly known as 'the calamity' in light of the poor prospects for a cure, or gonorrhea, which was equally prevalent.
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"The story of television begins -- like any good American success story should -- with a birth in a log cabin. ...
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Until the mid-1700s, a ship's navigator had no reliable way to calculate longitude. The shipwreck of one of England's premier fleets in 1707 was so devastating it compelled Parliament to offer an enormous prize to anyone who could solve the problem.
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Ulysses S. Grant, who fought in this Mexican-American War, describes the provocation behind the Mexican American War, one of the largest territorial expansions in U.S. history:
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