Wilkes Booth - Actor to Assassin -
John Wilkes Booth loved acting, but was even more passionate about his
politics, which would lead to one of the darkest days in American
History and the loss of a beloved President.
Touch of Color - Kathy's had her "right brain" in gear toward photo's in
this new gallery in our Photo Print Shop. Taking some vintage, and some
more recent photos and adding a small touch of color to each. Be sure to
check out this "growing" gallery and give us some feedback.
of Horseshoe Bend - In the Spring of 1814, a deadly and decisive battle
would occur on the Tallapoosa River in Alabama, killing more Native American's
in a single battle than any other in the history of America. It would also
result in the end of the Creek Civil War, and lead to the State of Alabama.
the Pembina Post Office - Author Jim Benjaminson takes us to Pembina North
Dakota and a dark day in November 1878 when the effects of the Sam Bass gang
rippled into this tiny border town.
Washington Carver - Scientist, Educator, Inventor - Born to slave parents,
George Washington Carvers thirst for knowledge and love of nature would leave an
incredible legacy on the agricultural community of the United States.
Fort Caroline may not be in Florida after all. New evidence points to ruins
found on the Georgia Coast.