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Kennecott Mine, Alaska by Jet Lowe, 1982
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Trail of Tears Memorial in Jerome, Missouri by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.
Just outside the small town of Jerome, a tribute to lost souls on the Trail of Tears remains an attraction along old Route 66 in Missouri. And recently it is seeing a comeback thanks to efforts to preserve this quirky stop. See Jerome, MO – A Tribute to the Trail of Tears.
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U.S. Flag History by Legends of America.
On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress passed a resolution establishing an official flag for the new nation stating that “the flag of the United States be 13 stripes, alternate red and white” and that “the union be 13 stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.” Learn more with the United States Flag – History & Facts.
Statue of Liberty and Manhattan, New York
On June 17, 1885, a gift from France arrives to much fanfare in New York Harbor. The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. Read about Liberty Island and the Statue of Liberty.
HearHere – A Roadtrip Companion
Every place has a story. Now, every story has a place with HearHere, Kevin Costner’s travel audio entertainment app for road-trippers available on the App Store for iPhone. Download the app, open up the map, and let their location-based stories find you. HearHere now features over 6,000 stories across the U.S., with new destinations every day. Listen to 5 free stories every month, or subscribe for unlimited yearly access! And you can find dozens of Legends of America’s stories along the way, now on HearHere!
Hopi Kachina Dolls by Fred Kabotie, 1925.
A spirit being in western Puebloan religious beliefs, Kachinas are a central theme within a number of cultures including the Hopi and the Tewa Village on the Hopi Reservation in Arizona; and the Zuni, Acoma, and Laguna Pueblos in New Mexico. Also called katchina, katcina, or Katsina, these spirits, or personifications of things in the natural world, may represent anything from rain to crops, to various animals, stars, beloved ancestors, and even other Indian tribes. The word kachina derives from the Hopi term kachi, which means “spirit father, life, or spirit.” Step into the world of Kachinas of the Puebloans.
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Born June 5, 1850, Patrick Floyd Jarvis Garrett would be forever known as the man who killed Billy the Kid. However, his story is much more than that day in New Mexico. Visit Pat Garrett – An Unlucky Lawman.
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The hot summer of 1947 brought something new to Roswell, New Mexico, other than it historic contingent of Indians, Spaniards, longhorn cattle, chili farmers, and plenty of cowboys. This was something new! And, it wasn’t arriving along the usual dusty trail, but rather, from the skies above. Dig into the legend of Roswell.
Mysteries in American History
Dave & Kathy Alexander.
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