Home For Sale: 7304 Antebellum, FORT WAYNE, IN 46815 | CENTURY 21

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7304 Antebellum
MLS 201902980

Beds: 4 | Baths: 2 | Half-Baths: 1

Building Area: 1972 Sq. Ft.

Come see this newly updated 4 Bedroom, 2 1/2 bath located in Blackhawk. Move in ready with new vinyl siding, all new windows, new flooring with carpet and water resistant wood laminate, paint, lighted closets, new electrical plugs and light switches. Stainless Steel refrigerator, electric range, dishwasher and cabinetry hardware being installed next week. Washer/dryer included but not warranted. 2 separate living spaces with living room and family room which gives extra space for gatherings and entertaining. Efficient hot water heat and central air. Newer roof approximately 1 1/2 years old. Oversized garage and space in the attic for storage. Close to schools, churches, shopping and I-469. Blackhawk Swim Club and Tennis Court located within Blackhawk with membership fee.

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Team Shady
Bradley Realty, Inc.

400-Year-Old Painting Found After Nearly a Century Hidden in Closet

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An Iowa public art museum and theater made an incredible discovery when its executive director found a 16th century painting likely worth millions in a seldom-used storeroom. Robert Warren, executive director of Hoyt Sherman Place, was looking for civil war flags when he came upon the painting in a closet on the balcony level of the Des Moines building. InsideEdition.com’s Leigh Scheps ( has more.

The History of Chandler Schools, Part 3: Summary of a Century

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This third and final part of the history of the Chandler Unified School District picks up the story in 1922 and concludes in the present with some comments from Superintendent Camille Casteel. This video was produced between 2012 and 2014. This program was nominated for Emmy® Awards in six categories in September 2015.

The Generic City: Can the 21st Century Ever Build Special Places?

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(Visit: Architecture critic and The New School professor Paul Goldberger looks at whether cities are becoming more and more the same, and why, and what the implications for this are. Recorded on 04/20/2015. Series: “UC Berkeley Graduate Lectures” [6/2015] [Public Affairs] [Humanities] [Show ID: 29297]

Land For Sale: 0 Pigeon Pass, Moreno Valley, CA 92557 | CENTURY 21

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0 Pigeon Pass
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
MLS IV18253684

Priced to sell!! 30 acres of beautiful undeveloped acres in Northwest Moreno Valley near Box Springs Mountain Reserve to the west. Composed primarily of gentle sloping land and hillside. Property has stunning views of surrounding mountains in a tranquil rural environment with miles of trails for horses, hiking and biking. It has EMWD water at the adjacent parcel and Edison power pole on the SW corner of the parcel. This is a real country setting but close proximity to 60 and 215 freeway less than four miles away. City shopping, schools, churches all close by. Property has two different zoning designations. 1. Rural Mountainous(RM) and 2. Estate Density Residential(RC-EDR). Zoning permits you several options to either sub-divide the property to build custom homes or sell off each parcel. For more information please contact your Realtor or you may contact County of Riverside General Plan and Zoning for specific use questions. Lot is adjacent to 8658 Pigeon Pass Road to the east. We have …

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Kenneth Brad Adkins
Lois Lauer Realty

MOOC | Slavery in the 18th Century | The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1861 | 1.2.5

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Discover how the issue of slavery came to dominate American politics, and how political leaders struggled and failed to resolve the growing crisis in the nation.

A House Divided: The Road to Civil War, 1850-1861, is a course that begins by examining how generations of historians have explained the crisis of the Union. After discussing the institution of slavery and its central role in the southern and national economies, it turns to an account of the political and social history of the 1850s. It traces how the issue of the expansion of slavery came to dominate national politics, and how political leaders struggled, unsuccessfully, to resolve the growing crisis. We will examine the impact of key events such as Bleeding Kansas, the Dred Scott decision, the Lincoln-Douglas debates, and John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry, and end with the dissolution of the Union in the winter of 1860-1861.

This course is part of the series, The Civil War and Reconstruction, which introduces students to the most pivotal era in American history. The Civil War transformed the nation by eliminating the threat of secession and destroying the institution of slavery. It raised questions that remain central to our understanding of ourselves as a people and a nation — the balance of power between local and national authority, the boundaries of citizenship, and the meanings of freedom and equality. The series will examine the causes of the war, the road to secession, the conduct of the Civil War, the coming of emancipation, and the struggle after the war to breathe meaning into the promise of freedom for four million emancipated slaves. One theme throughout the series is what might be called the politics of history — how the world in which a historian lives affects his or her view of the past, and how historical interpretations reinforce or challenge the social order of the present.

Eric Foner, DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University, is one of the most prominent historians in the United States. Professor Foner is the author or editor of over twenty books concentrating on the intersections of intellectual, political and social history and the history of American race relations. His recent book, The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, the Bancroft Prize, and the Lincoln Prize. He is the author of Give Me Liberty!: An American History, a widely-used survey textbook of U. S. history published by W. W. Norton. Additionally, he is the recipient of the Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching from Columbia University. He is one of only two persons ever to serve as president of the three major professional organizations: the American Historical Association, Organization of American Historians, and Society of American Historians. As co-curator of two award-winning historical exhibitions, and through frequent appearances in newspapers and magazines and on radio and television discussion programs, he has also endeavored to bring historical knowledge to a broad public outside the university.

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The Civil War and Reconstruction – 1861-1865
The Civil War and Reconstruction – 1865-1890

Credits: Many images courtesy of Eric Foner and Blackpast.org; the Chicago Historical Society; Colby College; Columbia University; Cornell University; Paul J. Cronin; HarperCollins; LaborArts.org; Library of Congress; Museum of Modern Art; New York University; the Roam Agency; Wikipedia; W. W. Norton & Co.; and additional cultural and educational institutions. The design, production, and distribution of “The Civil War and Reconstruction” series is generously supported by the Office of the Provost at Columbia University.

“The Civil War and Reconstruction” course series is Copyright © 2014, Eric Foner and the Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York. Except where otherwise noted. Professor Foner’s course lecture videos in the series are licensed with the Creative Commons license BY-NC-SA 4.0, which means that anyone anywhere may copy, share, adapt, and remix the videos and the videos’ key media components, including transcripts, without having to ask for prior permission, as long as such sharing is done for noncommercial purposes and the original author, work, and copyright and Creative Commons notice above are cited. For more information, visit:

18th Century Colonial America and Slavery Under the Rule of the British Empire

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The section of the series presents the changes in slavery in North America due to the beginning of British dominance over the territory and the evolution of the farming and trade practices in the Northern and Southern colonies.

Home For Sale: 101 Rabbit Path Road, Corinth, ME 04427 | CENTURY 21

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101 Rabbit Path Road
Corinth, ME 04427
MLS 1236312

Beds: 2

Secluded, private hunting camp camp on 48.5 acres up in the Maine Woods. Log sided 25×24 cape style wit sleeping loft and one bedroom. Doesn’t get any better than this! Motivated Seller!

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Queen City Real Estate

Home For Sale: 1529 27TH STREET, COLUMBUS, GA 31901 | CENTURY 21

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1529 27TH STREET
MLS 170020

Beds: 2 | Baths: 1

Building Area: 680 Sq. Ft.

This is a Homesteps property that qualifies for Freddie Mac First Look Initiative until 1/5/2019 for owner occupants. Earnest money in form of cashier’s check to Century 21 Premier. Seller will not complete any repairs to the subject property, either lender or buyer requested. The property is sold in AS IS condition

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Helga L. Schifano
Premier Real Estate

Commercial Property For Sale: 2505 Ih-35 W S, Burleson, TX 76028 | CENTURY 21

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2505 Ih-35 W S
Burleson, TX 76028
MLS 14002747

Property was previously used as an adult day habilitation center. This space is ideal for administrative offices, medical or physicians office, retail uses, church, daycare or salon. Interior includes a reception area, 30+ private offices, 1 kitchen with dining area, 1 large conference room, climate-controlled server room, 8 restrooms, and 4 storage rooms. In 2010 building was remodeled, roof was replaced, and building addition was completed. Approximately 397′ frontage on Interstate Highway 35W; located approximately 18 miles south of downtown Ft. Worth. Two separate entrances allows for multiple tenant occupants.

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Cassy D. Trickett
Judge Fite Company

Pamela Churchill Harriman-20th Century Courtesan- Her wealthy Lovers

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Documents the life of Pamela Harriman, her wealthy lovers, Bill Clinton, her rise in the Democratic Party, and appointment as US Ambassador to France.