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History
by dwest61506
4 years ago
Sir Isaac Newton - Scientist, Theologian, Mint Master, Alchemist, and More

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.

Entertainment
by Thane
4 years ago
Lost in the Xenoverse: A review of Dragon Ball Xenoverse

This gamer's look into the wonder that is the Namco-Bandai game Dragon Ball Xenoverse

History
by askformore
7 years ago
10 Tips to Enjoy History

Learning History does nto have to be bland and boring. Here are some tips and ideas on how to make learning history enjoyable.Maybe your ancestors migrated from Wales and you want to learn more about it. Maybe you love bicycles and want to learn more about the history of bicycles. Regardless of what things you are interested in you can find aspects of history to study that you will also love to learn about. If you find a topic you are interested in it helps a lot in learning to enjoy history.

by TammyFrost
9 years ago
How to delete history of visited websites?

Deleting your history of visited websites is a very important procedure that many people should follow after using public computers. If other people share the same computer with you, The history should be deleted after each use so that other internet users can not see the websites that you...

Lifestyle
by Powerfitz
10 years ago
How to Get free Used Car History Reports from Carfax

Buying a used car can be the hardest purchase a consumer can make. Fortunately for you, used cars are now tracked by companies like CARFAX who offer comprehensive used car history reports to the public. CARFAX was the first company to offer history reports produced from all the information collected from...

Lifestyle
by x3xsolxdierx3x
8 years ago
History Of The Engagement Ring

I am getting married in a short time, and I was pondering some of the traditions of marriage recently. One I was very interested in was the history of the engagement ring, simply because it's grown into an extremely prevalent and almost expected tradition in recent years. Time was that engagement rings were optional, at least according to my elders. So what is the history of the engagement ring, and how did it become popularized?

History
by brlamc
7 years ago
Best British History Books

Looking for the best British History books? Make your studies go easier with these great book on British history.

History
by PaulThomson
8 years ago
The Forgotten Wars: French and Indian War and the Korean War Revisited

An overview of events that are frequently not taught in high school American history classes.

Entertainment
by Mystic
10 years ago
Karl Marx


Karl Marx was born and educated in Prussia, where he fell under the influence of Ludwig Feuerbach and other radical Hegelians. Although he shared Hegel's belief in dialectical structure and historical inevitability, Marx held that the foundations of reality lay in the material base of economics rather than in the...

Technology
by pavlic
6 years ago
Work More Efficiently Using a Copy Paste Software

Did you lose an important text in your clipboard by mistakenly press ctrl+c again? Well, it's time you discovered the beauty of copy & paste software.

Sports
by mortiz
9 years ago
A Brief History of Major League Baseball

MLB.com is a great place to find out about the history of Major League Baseball. Many in America consider baseball a national pastime for this country; we've all heard the phrase "It's as American as baseball and apple pie. Many however don't know the history...

History
by Ernie
10 years ago
Websites about Kumeyaay Indians

The Kumeyaay Indians are a fascinating tribe that were among the original inhabitants of San Diego.

Kumeyaay

Samuel Brown is a Kumeyaay Indian. He is obviously proud of his heritage. He gives a lot of information about his ancestors on...

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by admin
7 years ago
InfoBarrel October 2012 Editorial Calendar

Editorial Calendar for InfoBarrel for Oct 2012

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by admin
7 years ago
InfoBarrel November 2012 Editorial Calendar

If you would like to submit an article on one of the following topics to be considered as a piece of featured content on the front page of InfoBarrel, please click here. (Submissions will open October 1st, 2012)

History
by CharlieSage
9 years ago
History Where I Stand

"A generation which ignores history has no past and no future."

Robert Heinlien The role of history in modern life is all too often misunderstood or ignored...

History
by Dreamfreely
6 years ago
Facts In History That You May Not Know

Did you know some of these history facts?

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by admin
6 years ago
InfoBarrel February 2013 Editorial Calendar

If you would like to submit an article on one of the following topics to be considered as a piece of featured content on the front page of InfoBarrel, please click here. (Submissions will open Jan 1st, 2012) To try and make the best possible experience for readers, we...

History
by egdcltd
3 years ago
History Behind February's Black History Month

Black History Month, recognized in February annually, celebrates the accomplishments of noted people of African descent. However, it should be understood that the month's recognition isn't about exclusion of other races or separatism. It is about learning.

History
by Ddraig
7 years ago
Capel Celyn, A village under the water in North Wales

Flooding of Capel Celyn.A Village under water in North Wales. A piece of Welsh history surrounding Snowdonia National park in North Wales. Capel Celyn is no longer because it was flooded to provide water for Liverpool. Hostilities between England and Wales needed no help, but here is the story of Capel Celyn.

Travel & Places
by Dude88
7 years ago
The 10 Best Places to Visit In Europe

Europe, for 500 years, has been the most dominant cultural influence in the world. Music, food, history, and the exports of Europe have made the world want to visit, but as a land of many unique cultures, it offers so much to see one may ask where to begin.

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