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Tony Pastor, the pioneer of vaudeville, played the theater in 1876.... He had been preceded by P.T. Barnum, and
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Modern dancers are inconvenienced by a local ordinance requiring the passage of visible light between partners.
The westerner, normally, walks to get somewhere that he cannot get in an automobile or on horseback. Hiking for its own sake, for ...
Take two pounds of meat from the rump, boil three days in a deep kettle with the head of an axe, and, then, throw away the meat an ...
Continued pressure brought passage of a law in 1921 which (exhaustively) declared that "no atheistic, infidel, sectarian, religiou ...
Utah is the only State that gives condemned men a choice between death by hanging or before a firing squad. Most prisoners prefer ...
Mormon colonization south of this point in early times was characterized as "going over the Rim," and in colloquial usage the same ...
[T]he asphaltum contains an exactly requisite amount of sulphides for production of rubber tires. This brown material also contain ...
Instead of offering the Indians a chance to surrender, and to be taken peaceably, General Connor issued a very cruel order to his ...
If Uncle Sam should ever sell that tract for one cent per acre, he will swindle the purchaser outrageously.
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