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Many of the jobs that made the U.S. economy in 1870 are still key today. A few have become obsolete because of industrial or technological improvements. Stable hands are still being hired but hostlers, who took care of ...Read More
Every state has a high point and a low point, some so subtle and hidden that many residents may not even know where they’re located.
To find and determine the highest and lowest points in every state, Stacker ...Read More
Was it a dream? Was it a hallucination? Is anything in the world actually real? These are the fundamental questions that many filmmakers have tackled from the beginning of cinema to regale audiences with mind-bending ...Read More
The United States traditionally has been referred to as a "melting pot," a trope that has garnered criticism in recent years for promoting acculturation and failing to celebrate the diversity of the population. Some have ...Read More
When musicians die, their music lives on. In some cases, albums released after the death of the artist brings a poignant quality to their work, inviting listeners to hear the music in a new light. Stacker gathered ...Read More
Almost 4,000 years ago, an unknown scholar in ancient Mesopotamia wrote the first known book on a series of clay tablets. The story was “The Epic of Gilgamesh,” a fictionalized recounting of the life of an ancient ...Read More