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Alaska’s nickname is The Last Frontier. Although it’s the least populated state in the nation, it’s one of the most populated areas above the 60th parallel in North America. Most of Alaska’s resid ...

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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, the man who gave the address at the royal wedding in May, reportedly used an iPad to read from during the service. Not only did he give a mesmerizing sermon on love, but he brought the 21s ...

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Located in northwest Ohio, Toledo sits on the western end of Lake Erie, making it a transportation hub. After the canals were finished in 1845, giving ships access to the town, Toledo quickly grew into a major community. ...

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Nine of Augusta’s neighborhoods are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The city is home to many significant sites pertaining to American history during the Revolutionary War and the Civil War. Magn ...

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In the golf world, Augusta is a capital. Although the city served as the second state capital of Georgia for a short time in the late 18th century, it’s more well-known for hosting The US Masters. James Oglethorpe ...

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New Haven, CT, is home to Yale University, but the city has a much deeper heritage than most people realize. It was founded in 1638 by the English Puritans and is considered the first planned city in the United States. B ...

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Seneca Falls is a small town in central New York. At the 2010 census, the population was just a little over 9,000. Still, it holds an important place in history. In 1848, the first women’s rights convention was hel ...

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There are 19 towns in the United States named Lexington. Many are named after the historic Massachusetts town, where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired. The town in Kentucky holds the honor of being the ...

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“Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.” Most people might associate Kansas with “The Wizard of Oz,” but this state has more to offer than tornadoes, the Kansas City Chiefs pro footbal ...

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Boise, Idaho, also known as the “City of Trees,” was once a major stop on the Oregon Trail. The U.S. Army established a fort in the area in 1863 to protect settlers coming from the east into Oregon and Washin ...

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