Ghosts of Galveston’s Great Storm

Galveston, Texas: The Evening of September 8, 1900.  Though federal officials warned Galveston of an incoming...

A Women’s History Month Tribute to Madam C.J. Walker

Today, we celebrate the life of the great entrepreneur and philanthropist Madam C.J. Walker (1867 – 1919) who has been described as...

Legendary Houston Restaurants

Where Houstonians learned to dine. Houston, that bustling city on the Texas Gulf Coast, has recently been “discovered” by...

Texas Big Wigs: A Preview of the Most Texas Texans in...

Texas is a different kind of place. It was born out of its own revolution that in many ways parallels the American Revolution....

Remembering Lincoln’s Childhood

Abraham Lincoln lived in southern Indiana, from 1816 to 1830, during his formative years between seven and 21. Today, this area is part of...

Hoosier State History: How Indiana Became the RV Capital of the...

While Elkhart, Indiana may be better known for its Amish community, this small town also carries the title for being the capital...