Recent release "ROCK & ROLL DURING A TIME OF INNOCENCE: Then Along Came the Pill, the Draft, the Computer and the British Invasion" from Page Publishing author Dick Stewart is an intricate and compelling story of the author's early life through the 1940s, '50s, and '60s.
The race to stop unthinkable terror at the funeral of Winston Churchill in January 1965
Letter from George Washington to Dr. Samuel Stringer, New York, 15 May 1776: In the hand of Robert H. Harrison, signed by Washington
View the heavens as the ancients once did with a nighttime tour at Chimney Rock National Monument near Pagosa Springs.
National Association of Automobile Museums'
NAAMY Awards recognizes excellence of non-profit automotive museums
Some wars are waged in secret...
A multidisciplinary team of archaeologists and historians from the Paris Descartes University have made an extraordinary discovery.
After raising $200,000 in five minutes, the latest Mini Museum proves people still love science and history.
Which lost theme park ride would you bring back? New tech promises "the future of preserving the past."
The Nevada Society of Scottish Clans a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the perpetuation of ancient customs, literature, music, games and dress of Scotland and its people recently awarded Brett Palmer of Clan Scott ancestry with the prestigious 2017 Silver Thistle Award.
EAA Chapter #765 will host an aviation event of historic proportions this February.
Greek religious art boasted of mankind's post-Flood victory over Noah and his God, writes historian and author Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr.
The National Automobile Museum provides a captivating educational forum about the trends, news and culture of the 1970s.
Celebrate Elvis Presley, "The King of Rock and Roll," with a visit to the National Automobile Museum and view the famous 1973 Cadillac Eldorado Coupe once owned by one of America's most important cultural hip-shaking forces in history.
Presidential cars of the past on display at the National Automobile Museum
Newest publication "Chicken Shack: Growing Up Black and Poor in Alabama During the 1940's, 50's, and 60's" from Fulton Books author Joe Nathan Hill is a wonderful memoir of a man who grew up in Rural, Rurban, and Urban Alabama under challenging social and economic circumstances.
Archaic Roman Winery, Baths, a New Prayer Temple, and the King Tut Debate
NY-to-Paris winning 1907 Thomas Flyer joins historic register
Both a master of arts and a skilled storyteller, Mark Joseph Mongilutz shrewdly interweaves fact and fiction in his tale of rogue swordsmen, wandering sailors, traveling samurai, and power-hungry lords. Whether you are drawn to the seafaring days of old or simply connect with swashbuckling yarns, Mongilutz has provided a tale you'll savor from first page to last.
Futurist Jack Uldrich and Jeff Appelquist of Blue Knight Leadership are slated to take a group from the Iowa-based medical company, Fresenius, on a 3-day initiative to help the group anticipate change and develop leadership skills by emulating Lewis and Clark's daring journey into the Northwest Territories in the early 1800's.