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The advocates of the first theory believe the American Bulldog is the pure embodiment of the original English Bulldog as it looked when the early settlers from the British Isles and Europe came to America in the 17th and 18th centuries.

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Edith Hall. Biography is not usually my favourite route into history, but David W. Blight’s Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom (Simon and Schuster) is an exception. Douglass is one of the most contested figures in American history.

All Americans should know this earlier history of the Puritans in England. And why? Because the English Civil War showcases the potent politico-religious elements that still drives much of our present American history. The story of the Puritans coming to power back in England goes beyond the regicide of Charles I. It did not all center on one man Oliver Cromwell and his role as Lord Protector.

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Her talk on March 13, part of this year’s Mandel Lectures in the Humanities, traced the history of the animal in North America. Meanwhile, the whites pushed the Native American tribes off their.

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Nearly 100 years before Jamestown, African actors enabled American. the early presence of Black people in the place that would become the United States, but it also imprints in our minds, our.

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