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The Deadly Beer Flood of 1814, "Corduroy Road" From Civil War Era Discovered, How a Spider Colonized a New Continent and More

The Deadly Beer Flood of 1814, “Corduroy Road” From Civil War Era Discovered, How a Spider Colonized a New Continent and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    AUGUST 2017

Did a Nazi Submarine Attack a Chemical Plant in North Carolina?

Multiple eyewitnesses say that one night in 1943, their calm, quiet beach briefly became a war zone

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(Shaylyn Esposito)

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This 1814 Beer Flood Killed Eight People

This 1814 Beer Flood Killed Eight People

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Take an Exclusive Sneak Peek Inside the Renovated Freer Gallery, Reopening in October

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How One Bad Science Headline Can Echo Across the Internet

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The Fascinating, Regal History Behind Britain's Swans

The Fascinating, Regal History Behind Britain's Swans

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How One Brave Spider Floated Thousands of Miles to Colonize a New Continent

How One Brave Spider Floated Thousands of Miles to Colonize a New Continent

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“Corduroy Road” From Civil War Era Found in Michigan

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The First US Census Only Asked Six Questions

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To Understand the Elusive Musk Ox, Researchers Must Become Its Worst Fear

To Understand the Elusive Musk Ox, Researchers Must Become Its Worst Fear

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