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  1. History For Children: A Warm Day in Dallas: November 22, 1963

    President Kennedy and his wife, Jackie, went to Texas in November, 1963. The president was preparing ...
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  2. History For Children: Sacajawea - Interpreter

    Sacajawea was born sometime between 1784 and 1787, in the Lemhi Valley, which is present-day Idaho. ...
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  3. History For Children: Interesting Facts About Jefferson Davis

    You may have read books about the Civil War and how the United States were torn apart. Brother fought ...
  4. History For Children: George Washington Carver

    George Washington Carver was born in Diamond, Missouri, sometime around 1861. He never knew his actual ...
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  5. History For Children: The Female Paul Revere

    Hi! My name is Sybil Ludington. I was born in 1761, in Fredericksburg, New York. (Now known as the Ludington ...
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  6. History For Children: Valentine Card Challenge

    Have you bought your Valentine cards yet? Maybe this year you would like to create beautiful, unique ...
  7. History For Children: How Bear Lost His Tail

    An Iroquois Legend

    Long ago, Bear had a tail. It was his proudest possession. It was ...
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  8. History For Children: The True Meaning of Christmas

    Misty, the Cocker Spaniel, peeked out from under the table. What was happening? For the last few days, ...
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  9. History For Children: The History of Toys and Games

    Did you know that toys and games have been part of childhood for thousands of years? As early as 4000 ...
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  10. History For Children: In Flanders Fields

    In Flanders Fields

    In Flanders Fields the poppies blow
    Between the crosses, row
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  11. History For Children: The History of Halloween

    Every year on October 31st, we dress up in costumes and head out for trick-or-treating. This is the ...
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  12. History For Children: My Name is Pumpkin

    Hi! My name is pumpkin. No, itís not a nickname. Iím the big orange fruit that grows in gardens and ...
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  13. History For Children: The Buffalo Stone

    Blackfoot Legend

    One time long, long ago, before we had horses, the buffalo suddenly ...
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  14. History For Children: How Robin Got His Red Breast

    Long ago, in the cold North Land, there was only one fire. A man and his small boy were Keepers of the ...
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  15. History For Children: Around the Campfire

    For hundreds of years, the Natives of North America have used the art of storytelling to educate their ...
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  16. History For Children: Angel of Mercy

    Can you imagine tending the wounded and dying on the battlefields of the American Civil War? Thatís ...
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  17. History For Children: The Little Drummer Boy

    Can you imagine marching off to war at the tender age of ten? You would be terrified. Well, thatís exactly ...
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  18. History For Children: The Moon Sisters

    Ginnie and Lottie Moon were born in Virginia. Their father, Robert S. Moon, was a prominent physician. ...
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  19. History For Children: The Bravest Woman in America

    Hi! My name is Ida Lewis. Iím glad youíve dropped by to read my story. People tell me that I had a very ...
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  20. History For Children: Weíve Come A Long Way Mr. Bell

    Can you imagine what it would be like for telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell to visit the world ...
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