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November 23, 2006

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GreenmanTim

I'm pleased you found this as fascinating a subject as I did. Judging from the regular procession of Google hits this post has received, despite their modern obscurity short snorters are of continued interest. I'd love to know what your students make of them.

elementaryhistoryteacher

This is incredibly interesting. I had never seen anything on this. I'm always looking for interesting facts or twists to engage students in connecting to a particular historical event. I believe this something I could use.

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