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In North Dakota, you can find one of the oldest inhabited sites in North America. Learn about the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site.
America's history begins with the Native Americans and the English settlers they encountered. Read our list of Native American leaders and heroes.
What does Boston have against the letter 'R'? HowStuffWorks digs into the origins of five American accents.
Boston African-American National Historic Site is located in Beacon Hill. Learn about this historic site and the first black community in Boston.
The Boston Tea Party was an important part of the American Revolutionary War. Learn more about the Boston Tea Party at HowStuffWorks.
The Swamp Fox was a South Carolina military general named Francis Marion. Learn how the Swamp Fox's guerilla war tactics earned him that nickname.
Fort Larned was established in 1859 to protect travelers and mail in the early American West. Learn all about the Fort Larned National Historic Site.
The 1942 Harley-Davidson WLA motorcycle and Harley-Davidson XA motorcycle were weapons of World War II. See pictures and learn about these Harleys.
The Cape Florida Lighthouse has survived hurricanes and Indian attacks in its history in the Florida Keys. Learn about the Cape Florida Lighthouse.
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