Drive-In and Drive-Thru restaurants have been a part of American culture since the 1920’s.
The Trail of Tears was the forced migration of Native Americans from their ancestral homes in the Southeastern United States to designated “Indian Territory” west of the Mississippi River.
Jesse James was a notorious outlaw. He, his brother Frank, and their gang were responsible for dozens of robberies.
The Liberty Bell has long been a symbol of Freedom in the United States, and it has been exhibited and rang for many important occasions throughout America’s history.
Going to Drive-In Movie Theaters was a summer treat for many Americans in the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s.
Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address helped to explain why the Civil War was crucial to the nation’s survival.
Huey P. Long (born 1893) served as Governor and then Senator of Louisiana. He was a fiery politician who made many enemies along his path to political power. He died in 1935.
The Hoover Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam that stands on the border of Nevada and Arizona, in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River. The dam provides water and electricity to parts of Arizona, Nevada, and California.
Many Americans view the start of baseball season as a sign that spring is on its way or has already come, and there is no […]
Prohibition was the name of the era when alcohol consumption was illegal in the U.S.