Stuff You Missed in History Class

Join Holly and Tracy as they bring you the greatest and strangest Stuff You Missed In History Class in this podcast by iHeartRadio.

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John Snow's Ghost Map


In this episode of Stuff You Missed in History Class, Katie and Sarah discuss Dr. John Snow's famous 'ghost map' and work tracing a cholera outbreak in Victorian London.


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 2009-09-07  19m
 
 

Interview with President Jimmy Carter: Guinea Worm Disease


This episode, the first in a five-part interview series with former President Jimmy Carter, details the Carter Center's work on the eradication of Guinea worm disease.


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 2009-09-02  9m
 
 

Interview with President Jimmy Carter: Guinea Worm Disease


This episode, the first in a five-part interview series with former President Jimmy Carter, details the Carter Center's work on the eradication of Guinea worm disease.


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 2009-09-02  9m
 
 

How the Newsboy Strike of 1899 Worked


At the turn of the century, New York paperboys formed the backbone of the city's paper distribution network. When publishers increased the cost of wholesale papers in 1899, the newsboys went on strike. Learn more in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.


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 2009-08-31  16m
 
 

How the Newsboy Strike of 1899 Worked


At the turn of the century, New York paperboys formed the backbone of the city's paper distribution network. When publishers increased the cost of wholesale papers in 1899, the newsboys went on strike. Learn more in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.


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 2009-08-31  16m
 
 

What happened to Norte Chico?


In the arid Norte Chico region of Peru, archaeologists found several ancient mounds and a large amount of fish bones. Why did the city's founders move to an inland desert? How did they get all these fish? Learn more in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.


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 2009-08-26  13m
 
 

What happened to Norte Chico?


In the arid Norte Chico region of Peru, archaeologists found several ancient mounds and a large amount of fish bones. Why did the city's founders move to an inland desert? How did they get all these fish? Learn more in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.


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 2009-08-26  13m
 
 

Franklin's Lost Expedition


After he joined the Navy at 14, Sir John Franklin traveled the world and eventually became the governor of Tanzania. In 1846, he set off to explore the Arctic -- and never returned. Learn more about the mystery in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.


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 2009-08-24  17m
 
 

Franklin's Lost Expedition


After he joined the Navy at 14, Sir John Franklin traveled the world and eventually became the governor of Tanzania. In 1846, he set off to explore the Arctic -- and never returned. Learn more about the mystery in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.


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 2009-08-24  17m
 
 

How Eleanor of Aquitaine Worked


Born in the 12th century in a world where women had few rights and little power, Eleanor of Aquitaine was a woman ahead of her time. Learn more about Eleanor of Aquitaine's rise to power in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.


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 2009-08-19  33m