Climate in Texas The Gulf Coast has a typically maritime climate, with hot, humid summers and mild winters. The central and northern areas are more continental, with hot summers and cold winters. What is the climate in the Coastal Plains of Texas? The climate of the Coastal Plain is mild, with hot summers and cool […]
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The first land grant was in 1725, and the town was incorporated as Rumford in 1733. The name was changed to Concord in 1765 upon resolution of a bitter boundary dispute between Rumford and Bow. Its central location was the logical choice for state capital, and Concord was so named in 1808. When did Concord […]
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In the east of the state lies the Sierra Nevada, which runs north-south for 400 miles (640 km). The highest peak in the contiguous United States, Mount Whitney at 14,505 feet (4.42 km), lies within the Sierra Nevada. The topography of the Sierra is shaped by uplift and glacial action. What parts of California have […]
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The Kolb Studio is a historic structure situated on the edge of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon Village within Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. It was operated from 1904 until 1976 as the photographic studio of brothers Ellsworth and Emery Kolb. When did the Kolb brothers open their Arizona […]
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1959: Alaska and Hawaii admitted, respectively, as the 49th and 50th states of the Union. Did Hawaii become the 50th state? Here is a small sampling of the many congressional records that highlight Hawaii’s long path to statehood. On August 21, 1959 Hawaii became the 50th state. What is the 48th and 49th state? For […]
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The ancient Maya ballgame called pitz was part of Maya political, religious, and social life. Played with a rubber ball ranging in size from that of a softball to a soccer ball, players would attempt to bounce the ball without using their hands through stone hoops attached to the sides of the ball court. What […]
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Since 1900, there have been only two official reports of accumulating snow in downtown San Francisco: Dec. 11, 1932 (0.8”) and Jan. 15, 1952 (0.3”). However, photographic and anecdotal evidence shows that measurable snow fell at low elevations in the city on Feb. When was the last time it snowed in San Francisco Bay Area? […]
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What is Augusta Maine known for? Augusta is notable for the National Historic Landmark named Fort Western, a former British colonial outpost on the Kennebec River that today is the oldest wooden fort in the United States. Most people don’t realize that before Augusta took the title, Portland served for a short time as the […]
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Black Hills, isolated eroded mountain region in western South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming, U.S., lying largely within Black Hills National Forest. The hills lie between the Cheyenne and Belle Fourche rivers and rise about 3,000 feet (900 metres) above the surrounding plains. Are the Badlands and Black Hills the same? Are the Badlands in the […]
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Most amazing is that the Mayans built their distinctive cities, roads and aqueducts without draft animals, wheeled vehicles or metal tools. What was the Mayans most important achievement? Most amazing is that the Mayans built their distinctive cities, roads and aqueducts without draft animals, wheeled vehicles or metal tools. What were three major achievements of […]
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