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History
by CatFood
5 years ago
Economics And The Atlantic Slave Trade

This article aims to explore just how far the Atlantic slave trade was propelled by simple economics.

Entertainment
by footloose
9 years ago
Amazing Grace Origin: John Newton

One of the most beautiful and popular hymns, Amazing Grace was authored by a man (John Newton)who experienced an event that changed his life. His life writings and published works are as intriguing as his hymn. To this day the hymn is as popular as ever.

History
by Dreamfreely
6 years ago
Pyramids: Not By Slaves But By Paid Workers

Did you know that pyramids were actually build by paid workers and not slaves?

Entertainment
by HLesley
4 years ago
Race, Class and Honor in Aphra Behn's "Oronooko"

Notorious for her bawdy plays and sexually explicit poetry, Aphra Behn is best known for her short novel Oroonoko, a work that is sometimes regarded as an early abolitionist text and sometimes as a highly racist one.

Entertainment
by egdcltd
6 years ago
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Plugin Walkthrough - Knights of the Nine Revelation: Shrine of the Eight, The Slave Queen and The Spirit Barrier

Walkthroighs for the quests Shrine of the Eight, The Slave Queen and The Spirit Barrier from the Oblivion plugin Knights of the Nine Revelation

History
by Etcetera
8 years ago
Living in the Roman Empire

The Roman Empire collapsed long ago but still manages to enthral us today with their art, audacity and sheer decadence.

Lifestyle
by Craig B. Manning
4 years ago
A Kingdom Growth Parable - The Talents

This is one of the kingdom growth parables spoken by Jesus the Messiah.

History
by Athena
9 years ago
Black History: The Age of Slavery

Any survey of black history would not be thorough without a discourse of slavery.

Lifestyle
by curiosity44
7 years ago
Soul Food Profile

Many Americans believe that soul food originated in the United States. But, many culinary historians believe that European explorers introduced Africans to it. Foods such as corn, turnips, and cabbage are popular. These foods and others would later become an important part of African-American cooking. When European slavemasters brought...

History
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Terrorist John Brown

John Brown (1800-1859) used terrorist tactics to achieve his heart felt goal of abolishing slavery. Although he failed in his mission, his actions forced the issue of slavery to the fore and in all likelihood caused the American Civil War to start sooner than it would have otherwise.

History
by A J Codispoti
6 years ago
Amazing Grace: The Historical Record

The true story behind the hymn, Amazing Grace

History
by H. Bennett
5 years ago
Haiti: A Revolution's Wake

A look into the Haitian Revolution and the international wake it caused.

History
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Revisionist Civil War History

In the wake of the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War some serious reflection is needed about its real cause. In the last century-and-a-half, unfortunately, revisionists (apparently embarrassed) have spun myths as to the War's actual instigator. There was only one issue at work, and that was the issue of slavery.

Entertainment
by egdcltd
6 years ago
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Plugin Walkthrough - Tamriel Rebuilt: Akamora Fighters Guild - Belated Service, Beleaguered Sanctuary and Conflict of Interest

Walkthroughs for the quests Belated Service, Beleaguered Sanctuary and Conflict of Interest and for the Akamora Fighters Guild from the Tamriel Rebuilt plugin for Morrowind.

History
by Wyrdstone
10 years ago
Important Characters in Huckleberry Finn

Huck Finn, a kid with adventure running through his blood, takes an adventure across the mid west through the Mississippi River. It started when his dad abandoned him and he was sent to live with two proper ladies trying to raise him civilized. Huck never fit in with the high-strung lifestyle...

History
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Priscilla: Slave Girl In Illinois

In the early 19th Century one girl named Priscilla had the misfortune of being footnotes in two of America's most embarrassing events. She was born into slavery, and she was later forced to march The Trail of Tears after being purchased by a Cherokee chief. Her freedom was bought by a Southern Illinois farmer who then made her an integral part of his household. She is buried in the family plot next to this man and his wife.

Entertainment
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
The Cities of Essos in Game of Thrones - Part 2

Everyone knows about the cities of Westeros in Game a Thrones (or a Song of Fire and Ice series for those fans of just the books). Westeros is primarily where the series of books and show take place, what with the white walkers impending doom, five kings fighting for supremacy, and every lord and lady plotting their own plots. However across the Narrow Sea lies the continent of Essos, which we only primarily see through Daenerys Targaryen and some other characters in later books.

Lifestyle
by msmuffintop
10 years ago
A New Definition of Evil

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:

Once we assuage our conscience by calling something a "necessary evil", it begins to look more and more necessary and less and less evil. -Sydney J. Harris, journalist (1917-1986)

I spent more than half my life blithely correcting people when ever they would...

Business & Money
by EV38
9 years ago
The Capitalist System is a Scam

The capitalist system is a scam. And I don't say that from a perspective of a Marxist or an anarchist. I am a CFA charterholder. I have worked in corporate finance or in financial services industry for several years and most of the people I know have jobs similar...

Entertainment
by Neal_Litherland
3 years ago
How to Build Harriet Tubman in The Pathfinder RPG

In our history books, Harriet Tubman is described as one of the great abolitionists in America. Her efforts, particularly as someone who had experienced slavery first-hand, were key to overturning the ugliest institution in American history. However, what our history books failed to mention, was that Tubman was a pistol packing badass who wasn't afraid to leave a trail of bodies if it meant her brothers and sisters got to go free. If you'd like to bring that kind of take-no-prisoners attitude to your Pathfinder game, here's a guide to get you started.

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