Monthly Archives: March 2016

Evolution of the Bathing Suit

Today’s swim wear is not much different than that worn in ancient Greece. Pictures on mosaic walls dated as far back as 300BC show ancient Greek women barely covered by pieces of fabric, much like today’s bikinis. This changed dramatically … Continue reading

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The Louisiana Purchase Doubles the Size of the Country

Thomas Jefferson was greatly concerned about retaining control of the Mississippi River, because, in the days before canals and railroads, rivers were the only way to ship goods from one point to the other, Further, the port city of New … Continue reading

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