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historians are still trying to sort out fact from fiction in the story of Kateri Tekakwitha, the Lily of the Mohawks
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Even before Sunday night’s electoral landslide, one of Mexico’s most prominent historians was worrying about one-man rule.
The Windsor Historical Society welcomed historian Bob Bell, who gave a presentation on 'Makin' Stuff in Windsor.' Christine Ermenc, the society's executive director, introduced Bell for the June 20 talk.
But the historians seem to suggest that the change in perspective is necessary for any sort of scientific progress.
Painter, the historian, runs headlong into this modern approach.
The historian Suetonius writes that a soldier discovered Claudius, who had tried to hide, trembling in the palace.
When the nerdy menswear historians write about the year 2018, the tens of people reading will note this was the moment when streetwear finally took over the world.
At least 20,000 French women are known to have been shorn during the wild purge that occurred in waves between 1944 to 1945 — and the historian Anthony Beevor believes the true figure may be higher.
In 1940, a team of three dozen experts led by the esteemed Harvard historian Samuel Eliot Morison met at Brenau to study all the rocks.
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HISTORIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of historian for English Language Learners
: a person who studies or writes about history
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