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American History 100 Facts - Gilmer ISD


American History 100 Facts. Mr. Ken ... The opening shots of the American Revolution were fired at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts in April 1775. 7.

U.S. History Facts: 10 Interesting Things You Didn't Know About ...


Jul 22, 2015 ... We all know the standard fare for American history. But where did the first--and hopefully last--US trial against tomatoes take place?

44 Surprisingly Weird Facts You Probably Didn't Know About U.S. ...


Feb 16, 2015 ... 44 Surprisingly Weird Facts You Probably Didn't Know About U.S. .... The largest president in American history, Taft got himself stuck in the ...

15 Fascinating Facts About America | Reader's Digest


Which president was a hangman, which owned a saloon, the country's deadliest job, and more mind-blowing trivia about American history and culture.

25 Fascinating Facts About America - List25


Jul 4, 2012 ... United States history is full of crazy and interesting events. See if you knew these 25 fascinating facts about America.

10 Facts You Should Know About the Civil War - Civil War Trust


Nevertheless, the war remains one of the most misunderstood events in American history. Here are ten basic facts you need to know about America's defining ...

Black History Facts - Black History - HISTORY.com


Black History Month honors the contributions of African Americans to United States history. Did you know that Madam CJ Walker was America's first self-made  ...

Top 10: Interesting American History Facts – The Dee Zone


Jul 4, 2011 ... Top 10: Interesting American History Facts. #10: Captain John Smith created the first U.S. tourism marketing campaign when he coined the term ...

Fast Flag Facts - History Lists - History.com


Jun 13, 2013 ... In American history, June 14 isn't just a day to honor the flag. While the 1777 resolution establishing a national flag was the impetus for the ...

10 Little Known Weird Facts from American History | Kizaz


Jan 27, 2015 ... 10 Little Known Weird Facts from American History. Columbus lost the race to the Americas by almost 500 years. Portrait_of_a_Man, ...

Timeline: United States
c. 12,000 B.C.: North American Indian cultures flourish.
1513: Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León lands on the coast of Florida.
1565: Saint Augustine, Florida, settled by the Spanish, becomes the first permanent European colony in North America.