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It's worth HOW much?

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The U.S. Senate ratifies the Louisiana Purchase: This Week in History | WorldStrides - Making...

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When Thomas Jefferson became president, one of his top priorities was to purchase the port of New Orleans, located at the mouth of the Mississippi River on the

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Do you know why there aren't any active volcanos in the land down under?

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Why aren’t there any volcanos in Australia?: This Week in Science | WorldStrides - Making...

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The land down under is known for many things – beautiful coastlines, surfing paradise, and punchy kangaroos to name just a few – but what the mainland is



  • THIS WEEK IN HISTORY: OCTOBER 19-25

    This Week in History is a weekly post that highlights a few important historical events whose anniversaries fall that week. Discover what happened this week in history: October 20, 1803 – The U.S. Senate ratifies the Louisiana Purchase October 22, 1962 – President Kennedy announces a blockade of Cuba October 24, 1945 – The United Nations is formally […]

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  • The United Nations is formally established: This Week in History

    The first organization of countries was the League of Nations, which was founded in 1919 under the Treaty of Versailles. Its main goal was “to promote international cooperation and to achieve peace and security,” but just a few years after its founding, World War II broke out. The Allies proposed establishing a new international body […]

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