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Weights and Measurements
Artificial Heart Invention
Wind Chill Charts
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U.S. Mail Holidays
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Guide to Leap Years
Short Stories, and Poetry
Frequently Asked Questions
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Our newest additions

"The American's Tale" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was added to our collection of free classic literature.

Cities, towns and place names in Montana was added to our collection of place name Web pages.

U.S. Postal Service financial losses for 2008, USPS financial losses for 2009, USPS financial losses for 2010, and USPS financial losses for 2011 were all added.

Frequently asked postage and mail questions was added.

Valentine's poems by Christina Rossetti was added.

Cities, towns and place names in Oregon was added to our collection of place name Web pages.

Older additions
Older literary additions
"The Brahman, the Thief and the Ghost"
Christmas poems and prose
Christmas poems by Christina Rossetti
"Concerning Phantoms" by Pliny the Younger
"The Death of Slavery" by William Cullen Bryant
Easter Poems and Prose
Short poems by African-American Poets
Short poems by Robert Browning
Short poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Short poems by William Cullen Bryant
Short poems by Emily Dickinson
Short poems and sonnets by John Keats
Short poems by Rudyard Kipling
Short poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Poems and sonnets by James Russell Lowell
Short poems by Edgar Allan Poe
Short poems by James Whitcomb Riley
Short poems and sonnets by Christina Rossetti
Poems and ballads by Sir Walter Scott
Short poems by Walt Whitman
Short poems by John Greenleaf Whittier
Short poems by William Wordsworth
"A Conversation with a Chinese" by Voltaire
The Hiltons' Holiday by Sarah Orne Jewett
"Laodamia" by William Wordsworth
The Last Lesson by Alphonse Daudet
"Liberty; A Dialogue between a Philosopher and his Friend" by Voltaire
"The Lost Bower" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
"M'Andrew's Hymn" by Rudyard Kipling
"A New England Nun" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce
"Of the Egyptian Rites" by Voltaire
"Our Lady's Juggler" by Anatole France
"The Pace of Youth" by Stephen Crane
"Plato's Dream" by Voltaire
The Red-headed League by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
A Retrieved Reformation by O. Henry
"The Story of Glam" from the Grettissaga
"Story of the Saint Joseph's Ass" by Giovanni Verga
"A White Heron" by Sarah Orne Jewett
The Wife of His Youth by Charles W. Chesnutt

Pinch, dash and smidgen measurements

Older biographical additions
Anita McCormick Blaine
Edward Bok
Hume Cronyn
James Henry Moser
Albert Pick, Jr.
John Hamilton Reynolds
Jessica Savitch

Older place name additions
Dickshooter, Owyhee County, Idaho
Hell, Livingston County, Michigan
Hopeulikit, Bulloch County, Georgia
Horneytown, Forsyth County, NC.
Two Egg, Jackson County, Florida
Warroad, Roseau County, Minnesota

Bethlehem place names

Unusual, or humorous names of towns in the U.S.
Valentine's Day place names around the world
U.S. town names associated with Halloween
U.S. towns with Christmas or holiday season names
U.S. towns with automotive-related names

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