Slavery We all are familiar with the term “slavery” and the rich and complex history it holds for the United States of America. The basic
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A cold morning mist lingered over the Jersey City harbor on the morning of November 14, 1889, as famed stunt journalist Nellie Bly stood at
In May 2017, a historic event happened: Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus shut down. Almost two centuries ago, it was created by the
What comes to mind when you hear the word “geology”? Do you think of a scientist in a lab coat? Do you envision an explorer
The late afternoon heat buzzed in waves across Oklahoma, passing over a Chickasaw County farmer by the name of “Bateman,” steering a workhorse through fields
“The frail child in the tattered dress stands next to a large carved wooden chair, her hand resting on the arm for support. A large
Our idea of adventure today might be a road trip to a new destination, or simply getting on a terrifying roller coaster. However, what we
It’s a quite October morning in 1881 in a small mining town in Arizona, when suddenly the sound of gunshots fills the air; two shots,
Moses “Fleet” Walker was born on October 7, 1857 in Mount Pleasant, Ohio. His parents were Reverend Moses W. Walker, M.D. and Caroline Maria Simpson.
It was October 5, 1892. Three men wearing fake beards and wigs stood inside the C. M. Codon & Company Bank of Coffeyville Kansas, brandishing
Nikola Tesla, more commonly remembered as the inventor of technologies such as the Tesla Coil, was a Serbian-American Scientist, inventor, physicist, mechanical and electrical engineer.
In 1883, William “Buffalo Bill” Cody, famous frontiersman, army scout, and buffalo hunter, opened the doors of his Wild West Show for the first time.1
The Ghost Dance, introduced by the Northern Paiute tribe, was a ceremony that acted as a hope to bring back prosperity and liveliness to all
With the ever increasing wave of feminism arising this century, it is important to travel back in time and explore the life of one of the