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Vrooooom … Women With Wheels

No kicking tires or talking horsepower, the National Automobile Museum, The Harrah Collection, is celebrating Women with Wheels. Announcing the second annual event where attendees will cruise through a women-owned car showcase and highlight the monumental accomplishments made by women…

New American History Curriculum Develops Imagery for Comprehension

Gander Publishing has just released the third book in its Imagine History series, a new curriculum that introduces innovative methods for teaching history. First introduced to classrooms last fall, Imagine History is uniquely written to develop the imagery-language connection for…

GuaranteedRemoval.com is Now Able to Remove From Over 500 Sites Worldwide

Guaranteed Removal is now able to remove negative content from more than 500 sites worldwide. Company Founder Adam Parks is proud to announce that individuals and clients can now more widely protect their online reputations. Adam Parks says, “Our clients…

National Automobile Museum Introduces Historical Thursday Talk on Space Race Innovation, Computers and Cars

National Automobile Museum Introduces Historical Thursday Talk on Space Race Innovation, Computers and Cars

The National Automobile Museum has announced its next topic for the Second Thursday Talks will feature a discussion on Space Race Innovation, Computers and Cars. The April talk will mark the museum's fourth talk of this dynamic series which will…

Historic Preservationists Arrive in Mobile to Confirm If Uncovered Wreckage Is The Clotilda

Historic Preservationists Arrive in Mobile to Confirm If Uncovered Wreckage Is The Clotilda

The Mobile County Training School Alumni Association and Africatown-C.H.E.S.S. will hold a 10:00 AM press conference on Friday, March 2, 2018, at the Robert L. Hope Community Center to announce the arrival of historic preservationists from around the state and…

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…

Blackfacts.com: Building a Legacy for Black History Month

Blackfacts.com: Building a Legacy for Black History Month

Since its founding in 1997 by a pair of self-avowed “nerds” from MIT and Boston University, BlackFacts.com (www.blackfacts.com) has been the longest-running data-driven repository of Black History on the internet. Over its 20+-year history, this online project, founded on the concept that…

Texas State Railroad Adds Vintage Diesel to Its Roster of Historic Locomotives

Texas State Railroad Adds Vintage Diesel to Its Roster of Historic Locomotives

Railroading fans and history buffs of all ages will have one more reason to visit Texas State Railroad in 2018.  During the spring of 2018, Texas State Railroad (TSR) will place into service a restored FP9 streamlined passenger unit, number…

JWJCSA Presents The Black Composers Concert®

JWJCSA Presents The Black Composers Concert®

On February 10 at 3:00 p.m., the James Weldon Johnson Community School of the Arts (JWJCSA) presents the Black Composers Concert®, an annual concert celebrating the rich and diverse contributions of composers of African descent to the fine art of…

Witte Museum Announces Two Tricentennial Exhibitions

Witte Museum Announces Two Tricentennial Exhibitions

​​Ancient buffalo, gallery theater, iconic artifacts, and augmented reality are coming to the Witte Museum this spring, just in time for Tricentennial. Two major exhibitions, Gathering at the Waters: 12,000 Years of People and Confluence and Culture: 300 Years of…

The Formidable Kingdom in the Sun: Sicily and Southern Italy

The Formidable Kingdom in the Sun: Sicily and Southern Italy

The Formidable Kingdom in the Sun:Sicily and Southern ItalyCirca 1061-1194Thursday, November 9, 2017, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmGaribaldi-Meucci Museum420 Tompkins Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10305Members: $5; Non-Members: $15Advance registration required.Join NOIAW member and native Staten Islander Dawn Marie Haynes, Associate…

Shawnee Tribe Announces Inaugural Director of New Cultural Center

Ben Barnes, second chief of the Shawnee Tribe announced today the appointment of Marnie Leist as the Executive Director of the Shawnee Tribe Cultural Center, “The Shawnee Tribe has found our executive director for our new cultural center. From our first…

Chronicle Launches CTA Video for LGBT History Month

Chronicle, the new collaborative visual storytelling platform, has launched a video for LGBT History Month showing the story of the LGBTQ+ movement through photos contributed by the community.The video is part of an effort to raise awareness of the LGBTQ+…

Baseball is Our Game Too: Asian and Asian Pacific Americans in Major League Baseball

Baseball is Our Game Too: Asian and Asian Pacific Americans in Major League Baseball

Baseball helped change the racial landscape because it not only reached across continents, it opened doors for adversity. The day Jackie Robinson entered the league, scouts set forth to recruit the best players, regardless of ethnic origin. And the recruiting…

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…

Capital-Dwellers to Delight in the “Arrested Decay” of California’s Most Famous Ghost Town

Capital-Dwellers to Delight in the “Arrested Decay” of California’s Most Famous Ghost Town

San Diego, CA— Fine Art Photographer Will Furman presents a photo-illustrated discussion on the newly published book, Bodie: Good Times and Bad on Wednesday, September 13 at 6:00 PM in the California State Library's Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building.…

Summer Tales of West Orange Revived After Fifty Years

Summer Tales of West Orange Revived After Fifty Years

It's difficult to believe but the powers that be in West Orange, New Jersey, went the entire summer without acknowledging that this was the fiftieth anniversary of the municipal swimming pool, which at one time was the center of the…

Comunicado de Prensa Mes del Pueblo Afroboliviano

COMUNICADO DE PRENSAMes del Pueblo Afroboliviano | 2017El Pueblo Afrobolivianos se alista para celebrar el mes de la Historia, Identidad y Cultura Afrodescendiente este septiembre, 2017. Este año y desde este medio de difusión alternativa Somos Afrobolivianos Podcast en un…

Medieval Voynich Manuscript Is Claimed to Have Been Written in Venezuela

Medieval Voynich Manuscript Is Claimed to Have Been Written in Venezuela

The Voynich Manuscript is widely acclaimed as the world's most mysterious manuscript. None of the more than one hundred depicted plants has ever been unambiguously identified, that is, until now. According to independent investigator Morten St. George, one of the…

La Jolla Author Thomas Sanger Pens Historical Novel Without Warning Based on German Torpedoing of British Passenger Ship Athenia at Start of WWII

La Jolla Author Thomas Sanger Pens Historical Novel Without Warning Based on German Torpedoing of British Passenger Ship Athenia at Start of WWII

Thomas Sanger has captured the stories of others all his life. The La Jolla journalist and writer is taking on a story much closer to his heart with the publication of his book Without Warning, a historical novel based on…

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