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  1. Dogs - Family Histories Revealed (BBC News)
      "All 300 domestic purebred dog breeds fall into one of 10 major groupings, scientists have told a US conference." 6-04

  2. Comanche History Part One (Sultzman)
      "This is a single part of what will be, by my classification, about 240 compact tribal histories (contact to 1900). It is limited to the lower 48 states of the U.S. but also includes those First Nations from Canada and Mexico that had important roles (Huron, Micmac, Assiniboine, etc.)." 6-02

  3. Indian Languages (Malaiya)
      Provides sources of information by language and includes histories. 7-02

  4. September 11th Recordings (CBS News)
      "The Fire Department on Friday released thousands of pages of oral histories recorded by firefighters about Sept. 11 and hours of radio transmissions, a vast mine of records that evoked anew the chaos and horror of the attack." 09-08

  5. History of Christianity (ReligiousTolerance.org)
      "One is forced to talk about the 'histories' of Christianity rather than of the 'history' of the religion. This is particularly true of the very early Christian movement:..." 06-06

  6. -03-13-07 Stocks Drop on News of Mortgages Report (CBS News)
      "Stocks tumbled Tuesday as news came that late mortgage payments shot up to a 3˝-year high in the final quarter of last year and new foreclosures surged to a record high as borrowers with tarnished credit histories had trouble keeping up with their monthly payments." 03-07

  7. Small Town USA (CNN News)
      "Brianne's story is one of 100 captured in a new book called "The Oxford Project." It combines black-and-white portrait photographs -- one from 1984, a second 20 years later -- with oral histories to give a mosaic of a small town, of hopes and dreams, of triumphs and tragedies, of life and death." 10-08

  8. -01-08-09 Woman Suspected of Witchcraft Burned Alive (CNN News)
      "A woman in rural Papua New Guinea was bound and gagged, tied to a log and set ablaze on a pile of tires this week, possibly because villagers suspected her of being a witch, police said Thursday."

      "Emory University anthropology professor Bruce Knauft, who lived in a village in the western province of Papua New Guinea in the early 1980s, traced family histories for 42 years and found that one in three adult deaths were homicides -- 'the bulk of these being collective killings of suspected sorcerers,' he wrote in his book, 'From Primitive to Postcolonial in Melanesia and Anthropology.' " 01-09

  9. History of Japan (Wikipedia.org)
      "The history of Japan encompasses the history of the islands of Japan and the Japanese people, spanning the ancient history of the region to the modern history of Japan as a nation state. Following the last ice age, around 12,000 BC, the rich ecosystem of the Japanese archipelago fostered human development. The earliest-known pottery found in Japan belongs to the Jomon period. The first known written reference to Japan is in the brief information given in Twenty-Four Histories in the 1st century AD. The main cultural and religious influences came from China.[1]"

  10. Living to 100 Years (US News)
      "People who've had long lives presumably hold keys to good health, and the rest of us might do well to learn from them. That's why Thomas Perls, a geriatrician at the Boston University Medical School, studies centenarians—people who've been kicking for a century or more. As head of the New England Centenarian Study, the world's largest study of such people, Perls has researched the habits, genes, and medical histories of about 900 centenarians. Perls thinks centenarians offer an unparalleled look into how we can all age gracefully, healthfully, and happily." 07-07

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