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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Don’t Know Much About… Blog

I know that we are always looking for new blogs to add to our overflowing Reader and I thought that I had to share something about this one with you. 

Yesterday I reviewed Don’t Know Much About History here at The Maiden’s Court.  And although I thought I knew a thing or two about American history, I learned that there were a lot of things that I knew nothing about.  The author, Kenneth C. Davis has written several different books in the Don’t Know Much About series which I intend on pursuing in the future.  However in the meantime, Davis writes a blog with each posting featuring a different new fact.

Some of the recent posts have included such topics as:

  • Why a Vice President Matters
  • Herbert Hoover
  • Herman Melville
  • End of Discrimination in the Military

Davis also does a short video series on Youtube called Don’t Know Much About Minute on other history facts.  The playlist of these videos is below. 

So for you little dose of daily history facts you can check out Davis’ blog.


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  1. I love it! Will go check out the author's blog, thanks for posting!

    1. I thought it was just such a fun way of getting your daily dose of historical tidbits. Hope you enjoy it!

  2. I'll definitely check out this blog. I love learning new and interesting facts.


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