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Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Join Holly and Tracy as they bring you the greatest and strangest Stuff You Missed In History Class in this podcast by HowStuffWorks.com.
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J Bunker

Lowland Scots primarily spoke Scots, not English. Gaelic is not pronounced 'gay-lik', its closer to 'gah-lik'.

Jul 30th
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Emily Holz

unless picked up as a kitten feral cats are not able to be domesticated

Jul 25th
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Stephanie Mitchell

The movie got made! It's called Queen of the Desert.

Jul 21st
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Kimberly Falkowski

wish they would slow down.

Jul 20th
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Bobbie Brooks

I'm really surprised that Missouri didn't uphold slavery. The Little Town I grew up in called New Haven Missouri There was a well off Family Called Trails Hill that family had a tunnel that went under the road and straight to the Missouri River they helped runaway slaves My Great Granny worked for them and so did her children my Grandma Dorthy my Mom worked there Those Trails people remind me of the Walton's lol. It pays to listen to family background

Jul 18th
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Gracie Kinnaman

I love this one! I've lived in Tulsa all my life and I had never heard of the Tulsa Race Riot until last year when my class went to the Jewish museum and the curator brought it up. I'm exited because at school we get to learn about it this year. Thank you for talking about the Tulsa Race Riot. Have a Hood day.

Jul 11th
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Kurtis Rose

Nails on a chalkboard

Jul 9th
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M. S.

I listened to "How the Berlin Wall Worked" and only learned that Kennedy may have said he was a jelly doughnut in German. Waist of my time.

Jul 5th
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Vee Barea

its surprising how something for us is common sense , it was out of the box thinking then. she was an amazing woman, much enjoyed this podcast, thank you

Jul 2nd
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Yahaira Cope

This was great! I've had two children and I thank for her all her work!

Jun 30th
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Jamie Reid

The guardian

Jun 28th
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Christina Hughes

I really enjoy the podcasts. This has made my daily commute much easier!

Jun 26th
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Sanford Schimel

Also, Rosa Parks perhaps got more credit than she deservedParks did not originate the idea of protesting segregation with a bus sit-in. Those preceding her included Bayard Rustin in 1942,[39] Irene Morgan in 1946, Lillie Mae Bradford in 1951,[40] Sarah Louise Keys in 1952, and the members of the ultimately successful Browder v. Gayle 1956 lawsuit (Claudette Colvin, Aurelia Browder, Susie McDonald, and Mary Louise Smith) who were arrested in Montgomery for not giving up their bus seats months before Parks. According to Wikipedia, several people preceded her in refusing to move. "Parks did not originate the idea of protesting segregation with a bus sit-in. Those preceding her included Bayard Rustin in 1942,[39] Irene Morgan in 1946, Lillie Mae Bradford in 1951,[40] Sarah Louise Keys in 1952, and the members of the ultimately successful Browder v. Gayle 1956 lawsuit (Claudette Colvin, Aurelia Browder, Susie McDonald, and Mary Louise Smith) who were arrested in Montgomery for not giving up their bus seats months before Parks."

Jun 25th
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Angela Dixon

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Jun 20th
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Amtoj Singh

hey

Jun 15th
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Zoltan Janicsek

@Z

May 29th
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Ann Nookaw

I'd love to listen, but that squeeky voice is painful.

May 20th
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Ted Jordan

good show

May 20th
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Cheek Family Adventures

I love this show. The episodes are interesting and are usually things I know little to nothing about. And I don't find their voices annoying at all.

May 16th
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Jillian Rausa

You should talk about the colonization history of the Philippines! May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!

May 4th
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