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Great Molasses Flood of 1919

Great Molasses Flood of 1919

Hear the story of civil engineering at its worst! The Great Molasses Flood of 1919 killed 21 people and injured 150.
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You Don't Know George Washington Until You've Heard His Story! (Prez Day)

You Don't Know George Washington Until You've Heard His Story! (Prez Day)

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The Mysterious Senate Candy Desk

The Mysterious Senate Candy Desk

Join us on an adventure as we delve into the mythical tale of the Senate Candy Desk.
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Underwear: A Brief History

Underwear: A Brief History

From the loincloth to today. Here's Jesse's brief history about underwear!
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