Captain James Cook From the Thames to Madeira 1768
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Captain James Cook: From the Thames to Madeira (1768)

Captain James Cook had the fortune of leading three historically epic adventures in his lifetime. The best way to experience a journey like these would be through the eye of the beholder, and in this case, a captain's log is the next best Read More

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John Dillinger: Dead or Alive?

On July 22, 1934, infamous American gangster John Dillinger was killed outside the Biograph Theater. But was it really him? History's Greatest Lies uncovers the truth behind this murder mystery.     Myth: Notorious Read More

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C is for Cadillac Ranch

In The Route 66 Encyclopedia, author Jim Hinckley takes you on an alphabetical journey through the history, landmarks, and culture of the highway that has become more than just a road. Today we're going to the letter C and taking you to one Read More

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Bruce Springsteen: The Boss’s Beginnings

Apple pie. Baseball. Bruce Springsteen. The Boss is as American as it gets. And while he is celebrated internationally as one of the most famous musicians of the last century and a centerpiece in modern Americana, his beginnings were Read More