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- The Legend of Stonehenge
- Stonehenge has fascinated thousands of people throughout the ages, even today people are still wondering about the origins of the mysterious Stonehenge. Today's scientists and historians are still unable to come to a solid theory of when, why, by whom, and...
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- Goddess of war and battles, consort of Ptah. Hathor took Sekhmet's shape when she made war on men. Sekhmet is usually portrayed as a woman with the head of a lioness, sometimes brandishing a knife in an upraised hand. Her name means the powerful. Sekhmet's...
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- A Quick Guide to Reading Ordinary Playing Cards
- Divining from regular playing cards is an old practice and I am sure many of us know at least one fortune-telling game done with this tool. Reading regular cards is called cartomancy or metasymbology. Playing cards have been called "The Devil's Picture...
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- THE POTTAWATOMIE MASSACRE May 24-25, 1856
- THE POTTAWATOMIE MASSACRE. May 24-25, 1856. Harold Dellinger, Special Projects Editor.
- Pottawatomie Creek Massacre-RC
- Local Images Seen on National PBS Show
- Jul 7, 2011 that involved the Pottawatomie Massacre. Geiss emailed them a few photos of one of the scenes of the Massacre—Pottawatomie.
- “Squatter Sovereign,” Pro-Slavery newspaper in Atchison, Kansas
- Pro-Slavery men at Pottawatomie Creek. Enraged by the so-called “Pottawatomie Massacre,”.
- Franklin County Timeline
- May 24, 1856 Pottawatomie Massacre. John Brown and group kill five pro- slavery settlers on Pottawatomie Creek near present-day Lane. Jan.
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- List of the most honored Kansans grows
- John Brown, though he did not live in Kansas for most of his life, made the list for fighting slavery, specifically for leading the Pottawatomie Massacre in Franklin County, Kan., in 1856.
- Kansas' little-known role in the Civil War
- He was violent toward slavery supporters and was one of the main attackers in the Pottawatomie Massacre, the North's response to the sacking of Lawrence. He was later hanged. The formation of the Republican Party, which was pro-North, shortly followed.
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- Pottawatomie Massacre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Pottawatomie Massacre occurred during the night of May 24 and the morning of May 25, 1856.
- American Experience . John Brown's Holy War . People & Events
- Pottawatomie Massacre The fifth victim floated nearby as John Brown and his men washed blood from their swords in Pottawatomie Creek.
- Pottawatomie Massacre
- Pottawatomie Massacre 1856, a small band of abolitionists led by John Brown murdered five pro-slavery men just north of here along Pottawatomie Creek.
- Pottawatomie Massacre - KS-Cyclopedia - 1912
- Pottawatomie Massacre.
- John Brown and the Pottawatomie Killings
- John Brown and the Pottawatomie Killings.