Want to know what’s in the Constitution? Just download the Constitution app for your phone. It is a great handy guide when looking up information about the Constitution.
History does have its advantages, especially during Halloween. Historical buildings could be choked full of ghosts and paranormal activity. Check out this article on the 10 most haunted places in the United States. One of them is located very near Downey. Do you have the guts to visit?
They were called “spirit photos” and they were very popular in the early 1900s. To many, it was proof that ghosts really did exist. What those people did not know was that a good photographer knew how to manipulate a photograph. In other words, the pictures were fake. Check out this article on Flipboard to see more creepy photos that show dead relatives hanging around…
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Happy Constitution Day!
Constitution Day, also known as Citizenship Day, is the day Americans remember the adoption of the United States Constitution and the people who have become United States citizens. The first time Constitution Day was celebrated was in Iowa in 1911. September 17th is the day that the Constitution was signed by our Founding Fathers in Philadelphia in 1787.
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If you think about it, it makes perfect sense! Because George Washington had been the General in charge of the American Revolution he was not home much during the war. So where did he stay? In a tent. Recently, the tent has been restored and will go up on display. Read this article to learn more about this famous tent.