Sunday, May 7, 2017

America's Best Small Towns, What Really Felled the Hindenburg?, How Shaving Brushes Gave WWI Soldiers Anthrax and More

America's Best Small Towns, What Really Felled the Hindenburg?, How Shaving Brushes Gave WWI Soldiers Anthrax and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    MAY 2017

The 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2017

From remote hideaways to coastal harbors, discover the towns that topped our list this year

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(Image Witold Skrypczak / Alamy Stock Photo; graphic by Shaylyn Esposito)

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Friday, May 5, 2017

The Animals That Helped Win World War I, How Racism Harms Children's Health, A Wolf Pack in Denmark and More

 
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The Animals That Helped Win World War I
 
The Animals That Helped Win World War I
 
 
A Vast and Now Vanished Amazon Sea Is Discovered
 
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Why the Colonies' Most Galvanizing Patriot Never Became a Founding Father
 
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Racism Harms Children's Health, Survey Finds
 
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U.S. Home Births Aren't As Safe As Many Abroad
 
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German Scientists Will Study Brain Samples of Nazi Victims
 
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Rhino Horn Stolen From the University of Vermont
 
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A Culinary Renaissance in the Israeli Countryside
 
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Will This Artificial Womb One Day Improve the Care of Preemies?
 
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How Glaciers Gave Us the Adorable, Handstanding Spotted Skunk
 
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How African-Americans Disappeared From the Kentucky Derby
 
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After 200 Years, a Wolf Pack Returns to Denmark
 
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