George Washington had dogs named Sweetlips, Vulcan, Drunkard, Tartar, Ragman, Mopsey, and Madame Moose.
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After many years of service, Erik the Red is going into retirement.
It's the last jacket you'll ever need to own.
In centuries past, mummies were put to a variety of inventive uses: art, commerce, science, entertainment, and possibly even paper making.
You may have noticed his cameo at the end of "Guardians of the Galaxy," but Howard the Duck has been around longer than you might remember.
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On August 18, 1920, American women finally secured the right to vote. Calling the victory hard-won would be a terrific understatement.