National Geographic August 1920
The Channel Islands: Bits of France Picked Up by England, Whose History is Linked with That of America
Bits of France fallen into the sea and picked up by England, Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and beautiful Sark reveal remnants of human habitation as far back as 17, 000 years.
Antioch the Glorious
In 1917, when the British acquired this prize of Alexander the Great, they took on an Eden of cotton, corn, and dates.
The Origin of American State Names
In addition to English and Spanish names, 25 of our 48 states are blessed with evocative Indian names, such as Mississippi, Gathering in of All the Waters.
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