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This is a very helpful site and it has helped me do a task that i thought i could never have done.I think every child who wants to do a very good project about egypt should visit this site.GOOD JOB
W.S, Jamaica,West Indies [01-13-2013] »»»

You saved me on my test
Ak [01-13-2013] »»»

well i like it but it wont anser quetions
jh, 10 age [01-13-2013] »»»

i love zimbabwe man! its awseome ohhhh yea africa is
bubby bubbertines, 87, somalia africa, black [01-13-2013] »»»

"4g. Hebrews and the Land of Milk and Honey" claims the Hebrews called their God "Yahweh." But the descendants of that culture dispute that. They are taught that the hebrew tetragram (Yahweh is only 4 Hebrew letters) is unpronounceable and is a substitute for the ineffable name of God. They use the word "adonoy" for the tetragram, which translates to "the Lord".
nrcbtm1, 75 Virginia, U.S. [11-29-2012] »»»

i like whats it's saying i love civilization
laronnica green, age13 lakecity s.c. maxiethomas 29560. [11-29-2012] »»»

ok so i love drawing
dd, 53 [11-15-2012] »»»

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esmeralda holloway, esmeralda holloway [10-11-2012] »»»

We already studied this!
SWF [06-06-2012] »»»

It was with great interest that I read your publication. Unfortunately, a little of this publication is read by westerns, if it were, African culture would deserve better consideration
samuel camara, Malinke (Mandeka), my ancesters founded The Empire of Mali [04-07-2012] »»»

I would to thank you for not neglecting the pre- Carnegie history, especially under the ancient Egypt section and ancient China section, of the middle and new money rich classes, the status inconsistent, the open systems of social class, meritocracy, and economic equity. It is so refreshing that this site doesn't depict these ancient civilizations as just simply having caste and other closed systems of social class.
anonymous [01-26-2012]

I would like to see you do an entire online textbook, especially with the financial crisies today, on the history of the Middle Classes, the New Money Rich, the Status Inconsistent, the open systems of social class/meritocracy, and economic equity from the time immortal and the Old Stone Age until Andrew Carnegie's birth in 1835. I think it would be very cool and a great contribrution on your part. I think it is time for every status inconsistent, middle class, and new money rich person as well as every person who believes in economic equity and meritocrcacy to reclaim, and learn as much as possible the concepts' and social classes' pre-Carnegie history and antiquities.
anonymous [01-25-2012]

I would to thank you for not confining yourself to ancient Mespotania, Rome, Egypt, and Greece. But I would like to see you to have and do an entire section on the United States of America during ancient times on the website on your online textbook. In what is now the United States of America there was a number of ancient civilizations such as the Anazi or the ancient copper mines of Michigan and Wisconsin from the years 2500-1500BC. I think they need to be talked about in detail.
anonymous [01-25-2012]

This site was awesome. I found exactly what I needed.
a. holt [12-08-2008]

I think that you should write the article like for the text book. Then at the end summarize the main or important facts that students should know.
Gulu [11-26-2008] »»»

I love the concept of a free text. I hope you will revisit the piece on Rosa Parks though; she was in fact a trained activist and not just a tired seamstress, as your portrayal suggests. The Southern Poverty Law Center has an excellent film out on her that is free for educators (see tolerance.org/teach/activities/activity.jsp?ar=365) called "Mighty Times," and you can find more about her political activism training at tolerance.org/teach/activities/activity.jsp?p=0&ar=365&pa=2 .
Ellen Bigler [10-28-2008]

put more hitery
anonymous [10-06-2008]

Just read the piece on the Land of Television. I like history pieces that talk about culture.
Wanda, Bellingham, Washington [09-09-2008]

Do you have any info on Benedict Arnold. I need to do a report.
anonymous [09-09-2008]

I'm a big history buff and am already hooked on your site. God Bless America.
James J. Wilson, Lincoln, Nebraska [09-09-2008]

Thanks for sharing this exceptional resource. I'll be visiting often. Ed, Venice, Florida
anonymous [09-09-2008] »»»

Wow. What a useful resource for my 6th graders. I'll be sending them here often. Thank you so much for sharing this!
anonymous [09-08-2008]

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