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What are your favorite history activities?
33% Reading historical fiction
45% Visiting historic sites
13% Watching documentaries
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I think history should be renamed "People and Patterns." Knowing why we learn history helps. I like to draw attention to the way people think that leads to the situations, and how we, in 1919 can see the same attitudes, and patterns. We can predict the future based on the predictability of humanity.
I love living history books. We are reading Laura Ingalls right now
We travel to historical places whenever possible, but books and videos are always available.