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This Day in History: December 12th- The Leicester Codex

This Day in History: December 12th- The Leicester Codex

Robert Dudley in about 1560 by Steven van der Meulen 	Trustees of the Wallace Collection

Robert Dudley in about 1560 by Steven van der Meulen Trustees of the Wallace Collection

Police confronted Nannie Doss, and she immediately confessed, laughing throughout the entire interview while gleefully admitting to murdering 11 members of her family. Doss kept right on smiling as she boarded the bus to prison to serve out her life sentence, commenting to a reporter as she left that she didn't feel bad at all about the outcome.

Police confronted Nannie Doss, and she immediately confessed, laughing throughout the entire interview while gleefully admitting to murdering 11 members of her family. Doss kept right on smiling as she boarded the bus to prison to serve out her life sentence, commenting to a reporter as she left that she didn't feel bad at all about the outcome.

ESV Compact Bible, TruTone, Orange, Track Design$9.99

ESV Compact Bible, TruTone, Orange, Track Design$9.99

On September 23, 1912, movie history was made in several different ways. When Mack Sennett’s first groundbreaking Keystone comedy, “The Water Nymph” was released, Mabel Normand became the first actress to appear on-screen wearing a bathing suit.

On September 23, 1912, movie history was made in several different ways. When Mack Sennett’s first groundbreaking Keystone comedy, “The Water Nymph” was released, Mabel Normand became the first actress to appear on-screen wearing a bathing suit.

When 5-year-old May Pierstorff asked to visit her grandmother, her parents had no money to buy a rail ticket. So they mailed her. In 1914, May’s parents proposed mailing her from Grangeville, parcel post to Lewiston, Idaho, 75 miles away. The postmaster found the “package” was under the 50-pound weight limit, so he winked at their plan, classed May as a baby chick, and put 53 cents in stamps on her coat. May rode in the train's mail car and was delivered safely to her grandparents.

When 5-year-old May Pierstorff asked to visit her grandmother, her parents had no money to buy a rail ticket. So they mailed her. In 1914, May’s parents proposed mailing her from Grangeville, parcel post to Lewiston, Idaho, 75 miles away. The postmaster found the “package” was under the 50-pound weight limit, so he winked at their plan, classed May as a baby chick, and put 53 cents in stamps on her coat. May rode in the train's mail car and was delivered safely to her grandparents.

This Day in History: May 26th- Dracula

This Day in History: May 26th- Dracula

The worst thing we do to girls. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, TedxEuston. Link to video: www.youtube.com/...

The worst thing we do to girls.

The worst thing we do to girls. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, TedxEuston. Link to video: www.youtube.com/...

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