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13 Eerie Photos of Crumbling Presidential Statues

In 2010, a "Presidents Park" museum shut down. The presidential likenesses that comprised it now sit in a field in varying states of disrepair, creating an unsettling, mesmerizing scene in rural Virginia.

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United States Trivia Your History Teacher Never Taught You

When was Christmas illegal in America? Which state did Congress forget to officially add to the Union for 150 years?...


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The Weird Thing JFK Never Traveled Without

John F. Kennedy may have been one of America's most popular presidents, but this traveling quirk may reveal a more...


My Dad Helped Carve Mount Rushmore, and His Photos of the Project Are Kind of Amazing

My father told me he worked on the eyes of Thomas Jefferson and on the facial features of Abraham Lincoln....


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For the Historian: Franklin Pierce Homestead in New Hampshire

Rte. 31N, Hillsborough, New Hampshire This white clapboard Georgian-style mansion was completed in 1804 by Benjamin Pierce, twice governor of