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My American coverage for’s online encyclopedia has provided an interesting range of big topics and interesting minor figures.

Topics include the Revolutionary battles of Princeton and Trenton, the likely-mythical Betsy Ross, Tocqueville, inventors Guglielmo Marconi and Nikola Tesla, black groundbreakers Barbara Jordan and Jesse Jackson, gangster Lucky Luciano, WWII pilot James Doolittle, and the cities of Las Vegas, New Orleans, and San Francisco.

Oh, and I wrote one more article that, while it certainly isn’t American, would be alone and isolated in its own regional post: ladies and gentlemen, Robert Mugabe.

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