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New Heritage Minute Celebrates 100 Years Since Discovery of Insulin

New Heritage Minute Celebrates 100 Years Since Discovery of Insulin

Historica Canada has released a new Heritage Minute commemorating the 100th anniversary of the beginning of research that would lead to the discovery of insulin. At the beginning of the 20th century, a diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes was a…

Evergreen Podcasts Welcome Ohio v. the World Podcast

Evergreen Podcasts Welcome Ohio v. the World Podcast

Evergreen Podcasts is proud to announce its partnership with Ohio v. the World, adding another exceptional show to Evergreen's growing History Channel. Ohio v. the World is an American history podcast in which each topic has a connection to Ohio's people,…

Evergreen Podcasts Welcomes Written in Blood History Podcast

Evergreen Podcasts Welcomes Written in Blood History Podcast

Evergreen Podcasts welcomes Written In Blood History to their family of podcasts. Written In Blood History joins Evergreen's growing history channel which includes Conflicted: A History Podcast, This American President, From First Lady to Jackie O, and Medal of Honor…

Billionaire's Historic Firearms Collection Offered by Vandenbrook Galleries Auction House in Tampa on August 8

Billionaire's Historic Firearms Collection Offered by Vandenbrook Galleries Auction House in Tampa on August 8

Tampa, Florida auction house Vandenbrook Galleries will liquidate a historic gun collection that includes firearms attributed to Bonnie and Clyde and Machine Gun Kelly, as well as multiple German Lugers obtained from the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum after Norway acquired…

The Craven Hall Historical Society Announces Partnerships With Libertas Consulting, Low Voltage Nation

The Craven Hall Historical Society Announces Partnerships With Libertas Consulting, Low Voltage Nation

Craven Hall Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and education of local history, announced it has partnered with Libertas Consulting and Low Voltage Nation to bring technology to historic Craven Hall and John Fitch Steamboat…

From 52 to 100,000 Chinese Students in the USA

From 52 to 100,000 Chinese Students in the USA

What was it like when the first international students from the People's Republic of China came to the United States 40 years ago? Dr. Thomas Fingar, who oversaw receiving overseas students at that time, discusses with People's Daily Online West…

Neil Bush in an Interview With People's Daily Online

Neil Bush in an Interview With People's Daily Online

China has always been in Mr. Bush's thoughts. In a recent interview at the George & Barbara Bush Foundation as part of a documentary with People's Daily Online West USA, Neil Bush recalls many stories from when his father, the…

People's Daily and Christopher Nixon Cox Discuss US-China Relations in New Documentary Series

People's Daily and Christopher Nixon Cox Discuss US-China Relations in New Documentary Series

Christopher Nixon Cox, the grandson of President Richard Nixon, met with People’s Daily Online West USA as part of an ongoing documentary series “A Story Spanning 40 Years”. Mr. Cox was born in 1979, when the United States and the…

Stephen A. Orlins: 'I Fight for China-US Relations'

Stephen A. Orlins: 'I Fight for China-US Relations'

Stephen A. Orlins, Chairman of the National Committee on United States-China Relations, met with People’s Daily Online West USA as part of an ongoing documentary series “A Story Spanning 40 Years”. Mr. Orlins was part of the US team that…

Greenlit Teams Up With Director David Wilkinson to Crowdfund Groundbreaking Documentary 'Getting Away With Murder(s)'

Greenlit Teams Up With Director David Wilkinson to Crowdfund Groundbreaking Documentary 'Getting Away With Murder(s)'

​​​Greenlit funding has teamed up with film director David Wilkinson, along with his company Guerilla Films, with the aim to raise funds for a documentary that promises to capture the testimony of survivors of the Holocaust and demands an answer to the question: Why were…

New book suggests Nicodemus is John’s Beloved Disciple – the “Deep Throat” of the Gospels

New book suggests Nicodemus is John’s Beloved Disciple – the “Deep Throat” of the Gospels

When journalist/author Rick Michels set about to write a book on the life of Christ, he knew he was going over well tread ground. An avid reader of scholarly works on the New Testament, Michels figured he’d need to approach…

A Victory in the Perfume History

A Victory in the Perfume History

The International Perfume Foundation is particularly pleased with UNESCO's recognition of the essential oil making know-how related to Grasse. Its inscription to the Immaterial Cultural Heritage of Humanity is the culmination of many years of effort by all the perfume…

April 25, 26 & 28, 2018: 1890s-Inspired History Symposium

April 25, 26 & 28, 2018: 1890s-Inspired History Symposium

On the brink of the 20th century, our country progressed from an agricultural economy to a largely industrial one, from rural to urban, from a country seeking its “manifest destiny” to an international outlook. A decade of change that hinted…

Pilot Mike Manclark Takes Squadron of Legendary Warbirds on Historic Road Trip to California for Major Restoration Effort

Pilot Mike Manclark Takes Squadron of Legendary Warbirds on Historic Road Trip to California for Major Restoration Effort

Mike Manclark and the MANGIC Foundation announced today they’ve purchased an entire squadron of historic OV-10 Broncos from the National Vietnam War Museum and are shipping them to LA for a massive restoration effort. Mike Manclark, an aviation entrepreneur, and…

New Hawaii Based Focused Initiative Launches to Connect Non-Profit Organizations With Essential Resources

New Hawaii Based Focused Initiative Launches to Connect Non-Profit Organizations With Essential Resources

Through taking a holistic approach in helping Hawaii thrive, the Eia Hawaii Fund aims to further excellent work that organizations are already doing across four key aspects – education, culture and arts, Hawaiian heritage, and environmental protection. The EHF will facilitate…

Christine Aardema's New Book, "Auf Wiedersehen, I Love You Forever" is a Heartrending True Story About the Desire for Freedom From the Horrors of World War II.

Christine Aardema's New Book, "Auf Wiedersehen, I Love You Forever" is a Heartrending True Story About the Desire for Freedom From the Horrors of World War II.

Christine Aardema, a mother of three, and a lover of stories bound with wonderful lessons to impart with, has completed her new book, “Auf Wiedersehen, I Love You Forever”: a captivating journey reminding the reader of the struggles people had…

Museums and Researchers Join Forces to Open Up America's MIA Files

Museums and Researchers Join Forces to Open Up America's MIA Files

America’s missing in action troops and buried unknown soldiers are the focus of a new alliance between Texas military museums and a team of global researchers.  Today, the Sons of Liberty Museum, the Army Air Corps Library and Museum, and…

Historically Important WWII D-Day Flag of LCT 530 – Utah Beach, Normandy – to Sell at Public Auction

Historically Important WWII D-Day Flag of LCT 530 – Utah Beach, Normandy – to Sell at Public Auction

Centurion Auctions is pleased to offer the historically important WWII D-Day Flag flown on-board LCT 530 (Landing Craft Tank) as it took part in Utah Beach Operations at Normandy on D-Day. This one-of-a-kind Flag would be an excellent complement to…

Re-Enacted Portrait of Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes in Iconic 1971 Pose of Female Empowerment and Equal Rights Taken by Daniel Bagan Accepted Into Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Collection

Re-Enacted Portrait of Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes in Iconic 1971 Pose of Female Empowerment and Equal Rights Taken by Daniel Bagan Accepted Into Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Collection

A re-enacted photographic portrait of Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes in their iconic 1971 “raised fists” stance taken by St. Augustine photographer Daniel Bagan, added this month to the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery collection, gives new life to the significance and power of their…

Contents of Jules Verne Time Capsule Revealed

Contents of Jules Verne Time Capsule Revealed

​The archaeological team who discovered a 19th-century metallic box in the French Pyrenees a few months ago have finally revealed its contents. It is thanks to the works of Jules Verne that the box was discovered, and particularly to the…

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