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    EHistory.com - Medicine: An Overview of Medicine." EHistory.com - Medicine: An Overview of Medicine. Ohio State University, n.d. Web. 06 Mar. 2014.

    Ekirch, Arthur Alphonse. Ideologies and Utopias; the Impact of the New Deal on American Thought. Chicago: Quadrangle, 1969. Print.

    Demonstrates how the New Deal changed the way Americans think and how it impacted their lives during the struggles of the Great Depression.

    Empiortigerstar. "The First Crusade." On-line Video. YouTube. YouTube. 10 July. 2014. Web. 6 Feb. 2015.

    "The End of the Cold War." U.S. History. Web. 1 Jun. 2014.

    The article gives information on the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War.

    Essential Humanities. "History of Early Modern Europe." Essential Humanities. Essential Humanities, 2008. Web. 02 Mar. 2014.

    "Eugenics movement reaches its height 1923." A Science Odyssey People And Discoveries . N.p., 1998. Web. 3 June 2014.

    I looked up Darwin's brother and found this article about Eugenics, which was interesting to read about.

    Evans, Kasey. "Temperate Revenge: Religion, Profit, and Retaliation in 1622 Jamestown." Literacy Criticism ,54.1 (Spring.2012): 34, 155-188. Ebsco Host Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 Feb. 2015

    "Everyday Life during the Depression." Everyday Life. Web. 08 August 2015.

    Explains how life was in the Great Depression era. Helps gain the perspective of what it was like to endure the hardships of the Great Depression.

    "The Expansion of Europe." Boundless. Boundless, n.d. Web. 09 Mar. 2014.

    Eye Witness to History. "Attack At Pearl Harbor, 1941." Attack At Pearl Harbor, 1941. 1997. Web. 04 June 2014.





Harriet Tubman (c. 1822-1913) was also known as "Grandma Moses" because of the number of slaves she helped escape. Once, she shared a train compartment with a former owner who was looking for her. She picked up a newspaper to hide her face and the former owner did not recognize her because he knew Tubman was illiterate and would not be reading a newspaper.

Photo Caption: H. Seymour Squyer, c. 1885.