The Early Lives of Bonnie and Clyde Bonnie Parker was born in Rowena Texas in 1901. The family lived comfortably off of the father’s salary […]
Davy Crockett was a frontiersman and politician who was known as the “king of the wild frontier.” He died fighting at the Battle of the Alamo in the Texas Revolution.
Paul Revere took part in the Boston Tea Party and famously alerted the Lexington Minutemen about the approach of the British in 1775.
The Lusitania Sets Sail in Rough Seas On a bright and sunny spring day, the RMS Lusitania set sail from New York, bound for Liverpool, […]
Shays’ Rebellion was a protest of Massachusetts farmers of their financial situation after the Revolutionary War. It was symbolically led by Daniel Shays.
Nellie Bly paved the way for investigative journalists, traveled around the world, and patented several inventions.
The RMS Queen Mary started out as a luxury cruise ship for the rich and famous, before becoming a troop transport ship in World War II. After a return to its cruise ship role after the war, the RMS Queen Mary was then permanently docked at Long Beach Harbor, where it serves as a luxury hotel, rich with history and haunted by spirits.
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.
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.
What was the Underground Railroad? The Underground Railroad was not so much a place but rather a network of people, both black and white, who […]