Millennial History

By Steve Jackson

Millenial History Blog

The Holy Devil

The Russian nation had been governed by a long series of tsarist dynasties stretching back hundreds of years with the final dynasty, the House of

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Wrong-Way Corrigan

Douglas Corrigan(1907-1995) was an American aviator nicknamed “Wrong Way” in1938. After a transcontinental flight in July from Long Beach, California to New York City, he

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Did you ever closely examine the reverse side of the dollar bill or discern the architectural layout of our nation’s national capital, Washington, DC? It

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The Blob

The Blob is a 1958 American science fiction horror film that has become an iconic classic starring Steve McQueen in his first feature film leading

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Buffalo Soldiers

The Buffalo soldiers were African American soldiers who mainly served on the Western frontier following the Civil War. In 1866, six all-Black cavalry and infantry

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Nuclear Accidents

Nuclear power was widely viewed as an alternative to the use of fossil fuels that created a lot of pollution around the earth especially in

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Abuses of Capitalism

For many decades in America, free enterprise capitalism was encouraged and grew without constraints. President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed that ” the business of America …is

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 This topic was shortchanged in my book so let’s go on a tour of the cities throughout America from the olden days to the present

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The Big Ditch

The Erie Canal located in upstate NY was begun in 1817 and completed in 1825. It began near the Hudson River and terminated at the

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