There is information in this article in the English version that should be translated into WinarayAn history or past is the study of the past, about the creation of mankind to the present day. This study is only one word in other languages such as in English this word history; in Spanish history and in Tinag-alog history. But this concept has two interpretations in Winaray: history and history. In Winaray, the word history gives emphasis to the narration of the event while the word history gives emphasis to the events themselves.
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BBC History Site
Internet History Sourcebooks Project See also Internet History Sourcebooks Project. Collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts for educational use
The History Channel Online
History Channel UK