In 1929 the U. S. Naval Academy unveiled a monument to Matthew Maury with the engraving “Pathfinder of the Seas.”
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Maps: Finding Our Place in this World tells the story of life and lives through cartography (the study of maps).
Does one’s identity depend upon a cause and ultimately, a place? George Eliot examines this among other themes in her
Take the following multiple choice quiz: 1. A first grader will usually take better care of something (1) she was
“We live in virtual relationships,” Kaycee explained during a group discussion of The Intellectual Life. Russ added, “We serve Facebook,
“There is no ‘there,’ there” famously wrote Gertrude Stein in Everybody’s Autobiography. Gone from her hometown of Oakland for some