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Youngstown State University

Youngstown State University

Youngstown State University, founded in 1908, is a progressive, coeducational institution located in downtown Youngstown, Ohio. YSU has over 12,000 students enrolled and a healthy student-faculty ratio of 19 to one.YSU is one of the few institutions in the state that provides associate, baccalaureate, and graduate instruction and continuing education facilities in one location.

California Citrus State Historic Park

California Citrus State Historic Park

California Citrus State Historic Park was founded in August 1993 as a living historical museum reflecting the citrus industry heritage. The unique 400-acre park is located in Riverside, one mile east of Hwy 91. The land, somewhat hilly, varies in elevation from 920 to 1,060 feet above sea level.The park preserves some of the rapidly fading cultural landscape of the citrus industry, which had great meaning in the history and development of California.

First World War Central Powers

First World War Central Powers

Index Menu of Central Powers in the First World War. Sections include Political and Military Leaders, Armed Forces, Pilots, Soldiers

George Washington Bridge is dedicated

George Washington Bridge is dedicated

On October 24, 1931, eight months ahead of schedule, New York governor Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicates the George Washington Bridge over the Hudson River. The 4,760-foot–long suspension bridge, the longest in the world at the time, connected Fort Lee, New Jersey with Washington Heights in New York City.

New Mexico

New Mexico

Original inhabitantsEvidence of a Paleo-Indian culture in present-day New Mexico dates to least 10,000 years ago. The discovery of fluted projectile points near the towns of Clovis and Folsom indicates that these early occupants were hunters, but little else is known about them. Around the beginning of the modern era, a group known as the Anasazi flourished in the San Juan River valley in the Four Corners area.

Nanotyrannus did not exist, they were juvenile tyrannosaurs

Nanotyrannus did not exist, they were juvenile tyrannosaurs

How to know if a fossil belongs to a hatchling or an adult? The answer is not simple if we take into account that the shape of many animals changes as they grow. The discovery of a strange little tyrannosaurus skull in 1942 led some paleontologists to think that they were dealing with a pygmy species, which was named Nanotyrannus.