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pieces are nonfiction texts that have the goal of educating or instructing the
reader. Informational texts may be on almost any topic, including science,
social studies, math, crafts, games, cooking, sports, etc.
from The Times-Picayune, August 16, 1914
The impact of the Panama Canal on world transportati...
from Wisconsin State Journal, January 2, 1885
The Washington Monument is an iconic memorial on the...
by Jack London
Jack London was known for his adventure novels such ...
by Boston Herald Monday, May 11, 1914
Today Mother's Day is a special day around the world...
by William H. Edwards from Football Days: Memories of The Game and of the Men Behind the Ball
Chapter XVIII passage: College football in the Unite...
by Helen Keller from The Story of My Life
Chapter XXIII passage: In her dark and silent world...
by The Philadelphia Inquirer April 25,1865
President Abraham Lincoln was the first U.S. Preside...
from The Illinois State Journal - Friday, May 29 1896
On Wednesday, May 27, 1896, a massive tornado struck...
from Kansas City Star September 1, 1920
In 1920, the 19th Amendment which granted voting rig...
from Daily Illinois State Journal April 15, 1912
In 1912, the supposedly unsinkable "Titanic" sank in...