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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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A 2014 study looks at the way Americans feel about some hot issues in the political debate. Interviewing Americans in 2014, the data splits the respondents into over a dozen religious identity categories, some of which f ...

Category: Politics Religion

South Bend might be most known for its football program, but the city has a long industrial history. The factories built in the early 19th century were the driving force in immigration to the area. Catholics from Poland, ...

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Nashville, Tennessee, is one of the hottest housing markets, according to Zillow. The town, also known as Music City, is home to country music and Vanderbilt University. In its early days, it was an important shipping to ...

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Although there is no easy solution to poverty, there are proven methods that can help people find financial stability and economic security. Policy changes in the government can expand the middle class and help families ...

Category: Morality Religion Social Equality

Many people love to drive through Vermont in the fall to enjoy the foliage and scenery. The state might be one of the smallest, but it has some beautiful architecture in its churches. Here are six sites you should make p ...

Category: Religion Spirituality

One of the most admired architects of the 20th century is Frank Lloyd Wright. He was born in Wisconsin in 1867 and educated in his youth by his mother. When Wright was 14, his parents divorced. According to Wright, he ne ...

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As the Fourth of July approaches, let's take some time to remember some of the famous (and not-so-famous) men and women who were part of America's fight for freedom from England. The men who signed the Declaration of Ind ...

Category: Freedom Holidays and Observances Politics Religion

Most people are aware of PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder. In 1980, when the American Psychiatric Association added PTSD to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, it was considered controversia ...

Category: Health and Wellness Religion