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The Battle of New Orleans

On this day in 1815, two weeks after the Treaty of Ghent had ended the War of 1812 on Christmas Eve, General Andrew Jackson achieves…

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Riverboat Competition

On this day in 1816, the steamboat Washington, with a Henry Miller Shreve-design shallow draft ideal for western rivers, arrives at the docks in New…

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“Mad Anthony” Wayne and the End of the Northwest Indian War

On this day in 1794, General “Mad Anthony” Wayne proves that the fragile young republic called the United States can counter a military threat when…

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Can We Say Infrastructure?

Let’s talk about our infrastructure and why it has to be a priority. We have just had a bridge built in 1955 collapse in Mount…

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'Choose Love': A 6th Grader Defends The Rights Of His Gay Parents In Rhode Island (VIDEO)

12 year old 6th grader, Matthew Lannon, testifies in front of the Rhode Island Judiciary Committee on behalf of the rights of his gay parents…

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