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AMELIA EARHART
On July 2, 1937, Amelia Earhart flew away from a town called Lae in the South Pacific. Earhart was attempting to circumnavigate the globe. After taking off from Lae, she disappeared. The Superhero Historians will investigate her life, her final flight, and the possible outcomes to that flight.
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Topic: WELCOME TO SUPERHERO HISTORIANS

Thank you for visiting out site. Please look around and get familiar with everything and everybody. We will officially begin blogging on the 15th of October.

Saturday, October 07, 2006

Pierce Hawking’s Dream

Pierce Hawking, The Founding Father

The Superhero Historians was Pierce Hawking’s dream come true.  He would be so proud to see it now.  We hope you enjoy your time spent on our site.  Every piece of history that you learn, brings a bigger smile to Pierce’s beak.

By: Pierce Hawking, The Founding Father
Topic: WELCOME TO SUPERHERO HISTORIANS
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Amazing People

Dean Dillopolis, People Historian

I can’t get enough of people.  People are amazing.  The things that you can do when you put your minds to it.  Unbelievable.  I’ll tell you all about the people behind the history.  Everyone knows about the big names, Lincoln and Washington, but I’ll let you in on the lesser known names.  Some of those names are the real movers behind history.

By: Dean Dillopolis, People Historian
Topic: WELCOME TO SUPERHERO HISTORIANS
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Words On Paper

Rhonda Rodentilly, Document Historian

There’s nothing I love better than words on paper: the smell of ink, the crinkle crackle of paper beneath your paws, the gentle fading of parchment from white to brown.  It’s so exciting.  Our entire history is played out on paper.  On paper, can you believe it?  It’s all there for anyone to see.  Sure, you need to go through the stacks and research.  That takes time.  Don’t worry about it, I’ll do it for you.

By: Rhonda Rodentilly, Document Historian
Topic: WELCOME TO SUPERHERO HISTORIANS
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Politics

Phineas Pollyphus, Political Historian

How I love politics.  Everything that goes into politics, I love.  Love.  Debate, power plays, votes, vetoes, bills, campaigns, and the people who make all that happen, it’s great.  I’ll let you in on all the politics behind the history.  I will.  I’ll let you in on it.

By: Phineas Pollyphus, Political Historian
Topic: WELCOME TO SUPERHERO HISTORIANS
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It’s All About Location

Barley Hugg, Location Historian

No matter what happens, there has to be a place for it to happen.  Right?  That’s why I’m here.  While most people focus on the action, or what is going on in front of them, I will focus on where it is happening.  While the Gettysburg Address is fascinating on its own, don’t you think it’s interesting to find out about the town?  I do.  So, thanks for stopping by.  I’ll be able to give you information that is both useful and entertaining.  I think I smell salmon, see ya soon!

By: Barley Hugg, Location Historian
Topic: WELCOME TO SUPERHERO HISTORIANS
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Pay Attention

Alistair Flush, Military Historian

The military is my expertise.  No matter what we are discussing, I’ll tell you what the military has to do with it.  Thanks for paying attention.  You are dismissed.

By: Alistair Flush, Military Historian
Topic: WELCOME TO SUPERHERO HISTORIANS
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Welcome

Dorothy Duckinsie, Invention / Things Historian

Hi everyone!  Thanks for coming to our corner of the web.  Each month I will blog about the different inventions or cool things that have to do with our topic.  For example, if our topic is about space exploration, I would talk about the space shuttle, or the astronaut’s suit.  Again, thanks for stopping by and make sure to come back when we start teaching history.

By: Dorothy Duckinsie, Invention / Things Historian
Topic: WELCOME TO SUPERHERO HISTORIANS
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