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When Republicans Were Blue and Democrats Were Red, Solving a Pearl Harbor Disappearance, First Fossilized Dinosaur Brain Discovered and More

When Republicans Were Blue and Democrats Were Red, Solving a Pearl Harbor Disappearance, First Fossilized Dinosaur Brain Discovered and More

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Smithsonian History & Archaeology    NOVEMBER 2016

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The historic photo of Harry Truman holding up a newspaper with a headline that got the election wrong. (AP Photo/Byron Rollins)

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A “Cursed” English Well Has Been Rediscovered

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 133-Million-Year-Old Pebble Discovered to Be First Fossilized Dinosaur Brain

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