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Unlike today's common dust pan, the first dust pan was upright and had a removable, adjustable handle. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

History » U.S. History

Which Black American invented a dust pan?

Find out which African American inventor is behind the indispensable dust pan.

Antarctica is the fifth largest continent on earth.  [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

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Who was the first person on Antarctica?

Discover the stories behind the first people to explore Antarctica.

Learn about the very first U.S. patent issued. [© Jupiter Images, 2009]

History » U.S. History

What was the first U.S. patent?

Find out what the first U.S. patent was issued for, and learn about the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

The U.S. national flower was adopted in 1986. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

History » U.S. History

Is there a national flower for the United States?

The U.S. national flower would, by another name, still smell as sweet.

The Chicago, or Sikako, skyline.[©Jupiter Images, 2009]

History » U.S. History

Is Chicago named for an animal?

Find out where Chicago got its name.

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History » U.S. History

What is contained in the time capsule buried at the site of the New York World's Fair in 1940?

Find out the contents of the time capsule buried at the 1940 World's Fair.

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History » Historical Figures

What was the name of the dog portrayed in the His Masters Voice trademark, associated with RCA Victor?

The dog hearing his master's voice on a gramophone is a trademark of RCA Victor.

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History » Historical Figures

Who invented liquid paper?

Read about who invented liquid paper and when.

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History » U.S. History

How tall is the figure on the Statue of Liberty, and how much does it weigh?

Learn about the Statue of Liberty, the tallest statue in the U.S.

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History

How long did the shortest war last?

Learn about the complex background behind the world’s shortest war.

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