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These Snacks Are to Die For

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George Washington Carver: Just learned 3 million people are allergic to my inventions. So much for being a great black inventor. #depressed

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Twitter Historian on March 29th 2010 in 1900-1950

Top Historical Tweets from the 1800s

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Here are the 10 Top Tweets from the century that brought you textiles, the collapse of the French Empire, urbanization, and four scores.

The top tweets from the 19th century, in no particular order, are:



Lewis & Clark

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Twitter Historian on March 18th 2010 in 1800s

A Real Greek Tragedy, Lived Out on Twitter

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Pheidippides: Feeling invincible after sprinting 26 miles to deliver to the news.
MaratonTimes: News alert: R.I.P. Pheidippides

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Twitter Historian on March 8th 2010 in Comically Old

Da Vinci’s Secret Inspiration

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Leonardo Da Vinci: Serious artist’s block today. Luckily, I found inspiration at danbrown.com.

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Twitter Historian on March 4th 2010 in Comically Old

The First Olympics

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Sore in all the wrong places from the race. Whose idea was it to make the Olympic Games clothing-optional?

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Twitter Historian on March 3rd 2010 in Comically Old


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