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November 23, 2017

History

1864: Lincoln at the Gates of History

Book Review: 1864, Lincoln at the Gates of History

1864: Lincoln at the Gates of History is a work that covers what one may consider as one of the most decisive years of Lincoln’s presidential terms. Charles Bracelen Flood wrote the book, and publishing began in 2009. On November 4, 1929, Charles Flood was born in New York. He graduated from Harvard in 1952

Ötzi

Cold Case: Ötzi the Iceman

Ötzi the Iceman is perhaps the most internationally recognized and well-known example of a non-Egyptian mummified figure. His mysterious life and death is the perfect example of being able to understand an entire eradicated culture through the remains of a single individual. Ötzi was discovered in September of 1991 by tourists who were hiking the

Profits of Slavery

Profits and Costs of Slavery Up to and After the Civil War

How did the economic developments of the period 1790-1860 influence political stalemate, secession, and war? What were the economic and social costs of this road to abolition? While other nations – such as Britain and France – managed to put an end to slavery in a way that prevented political discourse, the United States of

Individuality and Communalism in Colonial Economics

The features of capitalism have evolved throughout both history and society, and it has been immensely affected by the pressures from both individuals and institutions. Although capitalism has played a rather crucial role in the shaping of American economic and geopolitical thought, modern historiography has questioned the foundations of our colonial economics. Until recently, American

Instagram Individualism

Instagramming Your Individualism: A Simple Way to Archive History

I’ve found myself writing a lot about individualism in all senses – of sociology, of anthropology, and of history – during my absence from this site; and I’d like to dedicate this specific, albeit brief, article towards the ‘little guys’ in history. As a historian, I feel as if the foundation to my personal life is

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