WHAT'S INSIDE: NORTH AMERICA

From the southern tip of Florida to the Alaskan wilderness, explore North American history in-depth in the North American history section.
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FEATURED: NORTH AMERICA

Mason and Dixon's Line, or Mason-Dixon Line, in United States history, the symbolic dividing line between the North and the South.

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History of Colorado

Nomadic hunters roamed the area that is now Colorado thousands of years ago. About the first century A.D., a people known as the Anasazi, or Basketmakers, settled in what is now the southwestern part of the state.

Are Johnny Appleseed's trees alive today?

Folk hero Johnny Appleseed planted apple trees across the United States during the mid-1800s. Can you actually take a bite out of history and pick an apple from one of those trees today?

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