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Describes the research at Cornell University to study the problems of clothing design and fit. Includes information on the history of customized clothing.
Learn how this American style of dancing has its roots all the way back to Rome.
Join us on our next time-travel adventure! The Adventures of Rush Revere book series brings American history to life in a fun, engaging, and patriotic way. Visit us to learn more! Send Rush Revere, Liberty the horse, and the Adventures Crew a note while y
Regional advocacy and support organization for the Victoria area. Their pages contain resources, activities, listings of local support groups, and the history of homeschooling in Australia.
Ambleside Online is a free homeschool curriculum that uses Charlotte Mason's classically-based principles to prepare children for a life of rich relationships with everything around them: God, humanity, and the natural world. Our detailed schedules,
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Homeschool curriculum review: history One thing I failed to mention is that you DO need a 3 ring binder with about 5-6 dividers per student to put in all your work according to time. Mystery of History ...
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Today's Snapshot Cartoon by Jason LoveSnapshots the Cartoon BookMore Humor from Jason Love
Jesus could have judged the woman caught in adultery (John 8:3-11). She was guilty, after all. The crowd knew it. She knew it, too. And according to the strict law of Moses, she deserved death by stoning.Rocks in hand, the men dragged the woman through the streets, and asked Jesus for her final verdict. Instead of condemning her, Jesus forgave her.That story from the book of John is helpful for couples whose marriages have been assaulted by the betrayal of adultery.The post Rescuing Your Marriage from the Ashes appeared first on Jim Daly.
Imagine hiking 500 miles across mountains, valleys, and seemingly endless prairie all while pushing your best friend in a wheelchair and rediscovering God – and yourself – along the way.That may sound like a compelling movie plot, but it's a true story for Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray.Justin has a progressive neuromuscular disease called multifocal acquired motor axonapathy. It's a genetic predisposition similar to ALS that was triggered by a car accident Justin survived when he was 16 years old.The post Conquering Peaks and Valleys Through Friendship appeared first on Jim Daly.
The Library of Congress announced today that collector and entrepreneur Stephen A. Geppi has donated to the nation’s library more than 3,000 items from his phenomenal and vast personal collection of comic books and popular art, including the original storyboards that document the creation of Mickey Mouse.Click here for more information.
While Memorial Day originally commemorated those who died in the US Civil War, during the Great War (World War I) focus began to shift to honoring all those killed during military service in all wars. The National Endowment for the Humanities' Division of Preservation and Access blog this week explores the Evolution of Memorial Day and tips for learning more about the topic in Chronicling America. As mentioned in the post, the Library also provides search tips and examples of articles from Chronicling America describing public celebrations and how the holiday developed over time, including the "Memorial Day--Its Origin" in the May 29, 1919 issue of the Jasper News (Jasper, MO). Check out these useful resources for searching the holiday’s history in Chronicling America's historic newspapers, and be sure follow us on Twitter @librarycongress #ChronAm!
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