:: Salem History

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Search or browse encyclopedic articles on American and World History.

Includes these encyclopedias:
Subjects covered:
Arts, Crime, Criminals, Diplomacy, International Relations, Foreign Affairs, Disasters, Accidents, Discovery, Exploration, Explorers, Economics, Economists, Education, Educators, Environmental Issues, Geography, Geographers, Government, Politics, Law, Legal History, Courts, Literature, Publishing, Medicine, Health, Military History, Popular Culture, Trends, Fads, Religion, Spirituality, Ethics, Royalty, Rulers, Nobility, Science, Scientists, Social Issues, Reform, Social Science, Sports, Athletics, Athletes, Technology, Inventions, Inventors, Transportation, Women's Issues.

"Core curriculum" topics include: American History, Western Civilization/European History, Women's History, World History.

You can also browse the contents of this encyclopedia by geographical location: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia and Oceania, Central America and West Indies, Europe, North America, South America.

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