US-Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
It was March 25, 1911, in New York City. It was a Saturday afternoon just like any other at the Triangle Shirtwaist factory, where young
Catastrophic war is something most people loathe and fear, and World War I brought exactly that, with over 38 million causalities, including approximately 17-20 million dead.
The American Story is not an easy one to tell. As Americans, we have superb war stories, we have stories of major sporting events, and
Winner of the Spring 2017 StMU History Media Awards for Best Article in the Category of “Gender History” Emma Goldman, who would later in life be a
Winner of ten Spring 2017 StMU History Media Awards for Best Descriptive Article Most Captivating & Engaging Article Best Use of Multiple Images Best Featured Image Best Article in
Winner of the Fall 2016 StMU History Media Award for Best Descriptive Article Orders were given and on a cold morning on February 14, 1929, five
Jack McGurn would soon learn that of the seven men killed the morning of Feburary 14, 1929, George “Bugs” Moran was not one of them.