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Historical Fallacies, Urban Legends, Hoaxes
Historical fallacies, urban legends, and hoaxes - taller-than-life beliefs of (and about) the past.
Myths and Misconceptions About U.S. Presidents - Urban Legends
Presidential folklore, in the form of jokes, legends and historical errata, reflects that. ... Historical Fallacies, Urban Legends & Hoaxes; Debunking the Presidents.
The Story of 'Taps' - Urban Legends
History and folklore clash in this forwarded email tale about the origin of the touching and famous bugle call known ... historical fallacies · military urban legends ...
Churchill, Farmer Fleming, and the History of ... - Urban Legends
See More About. winston churchill · historical fallacies · medical urban legends. Churchill, Farmer Fleming, and the History of Penicillin. By David Emery ...
Why Friday the 13th Is Unlucky [p. 2] - Urban Legends - About.com
The Origin & History of Halloween · Friday the 13th Origin Theories · Fear of the ... More Topics · Historical Fallacies, Urban Legends & Hoaxes; Why Friday the ...
Roswell: Birth of a Myth - Urban Legends - About.com
A bit of historical context: No one had ever heard of "flying saucers" until just two weeks ... Historical Fallacies, Urban Legends & Hoaxes; Roswell: Birth of a Myth.
Leap Year / Leap Day - History, Traditions and Folklore [p. 2]
History, Traditions, and Folklore, cont. .... Legends · Classic Urban Legends · More Topics · Historical Fallacies, Urban Legends & Hoaxes; Leap Year / Leap Day.
Fallacy of Anachronism - Women's History - About.com
Definition: Judging one time period by the standards, mores, truths, or customs of another time, or analyzing a time period as if later customs, information, ...
The Origin of the F-Word - Urban Legends
Jul 19, 2014 ... historical fallacies · folk etymology · dirty words ... the word was so taboo throughout its early history that people were afraid to write it down).
Fallacy of correlation implies causation - Women's History - About.com
Glossary definition: the logical fallacy, sometimes applied in history, that correlation of two events implies causation. Instead, sometimes there is a common ...
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