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Animating Anthro with Art: An interview with Paleo-Artist John Gurche

When you see dug-up primate bones at a natural history museum or in the science classroom, it can be difficult to fully grasp the notion that they belonged to beings that lived and breathed millennia ago. Even more difficult is to visualize what now extinct or evolved animals actually looked

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Reconstructing History and American Identity

On this day 140 years ago, Georgia became the final Confederate state to be readmitted to Congress during Reconstruction.  In the years prior to their readmission in 1870, the state had improved both their agricultural and manufacturing efforts from the economic troubles caused by the Civil War. These and other

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