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Fort Davis National Historic Site

Fort Davis National Historic Site contains the most impressive collection of remains of any Indian Wars fort. Learn more about this historic site.

New Mexico Scenic Drive: Santa Fe Trail

New Mexico's historic Santa Fe Trail offers travelers a glimpse into the pioneer days of early America. Learn about the details of this scenic drive.

How Bioterrorism Works

Bioterrorism is the purposeful release of bacteria, viruses or germs to cause injury or death. Learn about bioterrorism and the history of bioterrorism.

Allies Bomb Northern Nazi Germany: June 1943-December 1943

This World War II timeline highlights key events from June 1943-December 1943. Get details on the Allies' bombing of Nazi Germany, and more.

How Many People Died on the Trail of Tears?

HowStuffWorks looks at the history and legacy of the Trail of Tears and the five tribes affected: Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, Seminole and Chickasaw.

Fort Niagara Lighthouse

Fort Niagara Lighthouse rises to light freshwater where the Niagara River and Lake Ontario meet in New York. Learn about Fort Niagara Lighthouse here.

Hal Newhouser

Hal Newhouser was signed to the Tigers when he was 17, and shined despite his age. Learn more about this Hall of Fame pitcher and see stats.

Who Were the Mighty Fighting Buffalo Soldiers?

HowStuffWorks examines the complicated history of the African American servicemen known as the Buffalo Soldiers.

Bob Feller

Bob Feller lost four seasons to World War II, and if not, may have been the greatest pitcher in history. Learn more about this Hall of Fame pitcher.

The Axis Conquers the Philippines: January 1942-July 1942

The Axis conquering the Philippines had repercussions throughout all of World War II's major theaters. Find a timeline and photos in this article.

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