Last updated October 31, 2006
- Carbon dioxide is incorrectly listed as CO2 instead of as CO2 on page 25 in the article, “Global Warming: Examine the Issue Carefully.”
- Thanksgiving is listed as falling on the third Thursday of November each year on page 41 of the “Happy Holidays: How Did We Get to This?” article. Thanksgiving falls on the fourth Thursday of November every year.
- Research Paper is misspelled on page 88.
- The web address for one of the references in the camel article should have been listed as: http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/accounts/information/Camelus_dromedarius.html
- Holiday Quiz on page 37:
Our statement regarding no turkey for the first Thanksgiving was too narrow. It should have specified that turkey was not the main course food of the feast. Historians confirm that the main course was venison and wild fowl, but that the wild fowl was mostly duck and geese. Wild turkey could have been on the menu, but it is far from the turkey we eat today for Thanksgiving dinner. Thank you for pointing out this misleading statement to us. We will make a correction on the website.