Achievements Documents

The extraordinary accomplishments of individuals and groups instruct and inspire, becoming legends in or across cultures.

This interesting book explores the history of writing. We learn more about it from the publisher: "Art does not produce the visible but makes visib...

This image depicts page 30 of a classical dictionary identifying Ammianus Marcellinus for modern readers.  Click on the image for a better view.

When Frederick Douglass died, newspapers wrote glowing accounts of his efforts to abolish slavery (among other things). This article, online via the L...

Awesome Stories is like an online treasure hunt. This guide helps you to find great animations and other stuff!

This advertisement, from The American Stationer, tells us that C.M. Barnes Company was conducting a major sale at the State Street store, in anticipat...

Bass Reeves was one of 200 Deputy U.S. Marshals appointed to help Judge

Beethoven's original score for his 3rd Symphony, better known as the Eroica, had a dedication change. Nearly putting a hole in his manuscript, Beetho...

This image is a snippet view of Beethoven's original score for his Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67.

Benjamin Franklin, one of America's "Founding Fathers," is thinking about electricity (and electrical experiments) in 1750.

After Bessie Coleman successfully completed her flight training, and was awarded her pilot's license in France, Robert Abbott published stories about ...

This image is the second page of Booker T. Washington's appeal to preserve the home of Frederick Douglass - called "Cedar Hill" - located in the Anaco...

This image depicts a Russian-language, two-volume set of Brothers Karamazov.  Fyodor Dostoevsky, its author, died four months after finishing the...

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