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Internet History Sourcebooks Project

Internet History Sourcebooks Project

Internet History Sourcebooks Project Paul Halsall, Editor Last Modified: Nov 4 2011 | linked pages may have been updated more recently The Internet History Sourcebooks Project is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use. Update Information 2006: In 2006 the Internet History Sourcebooks Project is undergoing a major overhaul to remove bad links and add more documents.
Internet History Sourcebooks Internet History Sourcebooks Full Text Sources Links to full texts of books available at this and other sites will be listed here. The texts are also integrated within the overall structure of the Sourcebook. This listing is to aid compilers of web guides to online books, etc.
It is the most sickening sight of the war, this tide of wounded flowing back. One has a shattered arm, and the sling in which he carries it is the same bloody rag the surgeon gave him the day of battle; another has his head seamed and bandaged so you can scarcely see it, and he weaves like a drunken man as he drags along through the hot sun; another has his shoe cut off, and a great roll of rags around his foot, and he leans heavily on a rough cane broken from a pine tree; another breathes painfully and holds his hand to his side, where you see a ragged rent in his blouse; another sits by a puddle, dipping water on a wounded leg, which , for want of dressing since the battle, had become inflamed; another lies on a plot of grass by the roadside, with his browned face turned full to the sun, and he sleeps. - Dr. William Morton Welcome. This is a small web site dedicated to the medical side of the American Civil War.

echo Exploring and Collecting History Online

echo Exploring and Collecting History Online
Libros de historia: Edad Antigua y Media Descargar
Curiosidades de las Ciencias, la Historia y del Hombre
Institute and Museum of the History of Science - Florence, Italy
HISTORY
La historia ha ubicado a Mesoamérica como la región del origen del árbol de cacao sin embargo estudios realizados por botánicos y genetistas lo ubican en el Alto Amazonas, cerca de los límites entre Perú, Ecuador, Colombia y Venezuela. FJ Pound un agrónomo del Departamento de Agricultura de Trinidad encontró la clave para resolver el enigma, un enfermedad común en el árbol de cacao llamada escoba de bruja (witches' broom) es facilmente sobrellevada por las plantas del Alto Amazonas gracias a su alto nivel de diversidad sin embargo las plantas de Mesoamérica muestran pobreza genética y no resisten esta enfermedad. Un árbol infectado con moniliasis del cacao (frosty pod rot) izquierda y escoba de bruja (witches' broom) derecha Ver la fuente para una información detallada. ¿De dónde proviene el árbol de cacao? Mesoamérica o Alto Amazonas | Mundo Historia ¿De dónde proviene el árbol de cacao? Mesoamérica o Alto Amazonas | Mundo Historia
History & Archaeology | From Smithsonian Magazine
Proyecto Clío

Proyecto Clío

Evocaciones gráficas de la guerra civil española y el exilio mexicano Mª Luisa Hernández Ríos Guadalupe Tolosa Sánchez Dentro del proyecto internacional y de cooperación hispano-mexicana, que gira en torno al planteamiento de la actuación de una agencia de fotoperiodistas republicanos, los Hermanos Mayo, que en un momento clave de la historia de España, como es la II República, la Guerra Civil y el posterior exilio en México, marcan toda una época de avances, propuestas y reflejos de los que sería un interesantísimo trabajo llevado a cabo en los inicios del fotoperiodismo del periodo republicano previo al conflicto, aspecto que sellará de manera clara el compromiso de sus artífices, tanto desde el punto de vista de lo que reflejaban sus instantáneas como de su puesta al servicio de una ideología.-artículo completo (pdf) >> Martín Lutero y su contexto
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This Day in History — History.com — What Happened Today in History

This Day in History — History.com — What Happened Today in History On this day in 1947, Jackie Robinson, age 28, becomes the first African-American player in Major League Baseball when he steps onto Ebbets Field in Brooklyn to compete for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Robinson broke the color barrier in a sport that had been segregated for more than 50 years. Exactly 50 years later, on April 15, 1997, Robinson's groundbreaking career was honored and his uniform number, 42, was retired from Major League Baseball by Commissioner Bud Selig in a ceremony attended by over 50,000 fans at New York City's Shea Stadium. Robinson's was the first-ever number retired by all teams in the league. Jack Roosevelt Robinson was born January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia, to a family of sharecroppers. Growing up, he excelled at sports and attended the University of California at Los Angeles, where he was the first athlete to letter in four varsity sports: baseball, basketball, football and track.