William Walker, the Grey-Eyed Man of Destiny

Does might make right? If you can do something, should you? Who decides what history is worth learning?
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Adapted in part from open sources.

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The Aztec: Life Under the Fifth Sun in Old Mexico

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Popcorn paved the way for the Aztec Empire

In the beginning, there was teosinte, the wild ancestor of modern corn.  Its kernels are too tough to eat or grind into flour.  It was consumed not as corn on the cob or as a torilla, but instead as popcorn.   Continue reading “Popcorn paved the way for the Aztec Empire”

Cambodia in Splendor and Ruin

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Nicaragua, Imperialism, and National Identity

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China: Ancient History, Modern Nation

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An Introduction to Korean History

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