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- African American History Museum to hold annual gala
The Springfield and Central Illinois African American History Museum's largest and most critical fundraiser is coming up later this month.The museum's third annual Honoring Our Heritage gala to benefit its exhibition and education programming is at 7 p.m. Oct. 30 at the Hilton Springfield."We don't do a lot of fundraising," said Jerrie Blakely, president of the museum. But she anticipates that ...
- Fil-Am history month is more fun at the Asian Art Museum in SF
SAN FRANCISCO — Filipino Americans throughout the San Francsico Bay Area gathered at the Asian Art Museum, Sunday, October 5 for the opening celebration of the Filipino American History Month. This year’s theme, Tulay (bridge), tries to link the experiences of multiple generations of Filipino Americans as well as that of Filipinos in the […]
- Negro Leagues Museum a jewel of Kansas City
One of the best things about the Royals winning the American League pennant is that in addition to putting Kansas City back on the map, it reminds fans all over that this city has a tremendous baseball history.
- Young girls get history lesson from American Girl Dolls
American Girl Dolls are inspired by many things. From historical characters of America's past, all the way to contemporary dolls that explore issues in the 21st century.
- Farms Finest: Mason jars preserve food and American history
Overnight, in the mid-1800s, an improvement in food preservation increased the very odds of a family’s survival. From pioneering ancestors to the military, another option suddenly became available that went beyond salting, drying, smoking or pickling.
- American Football - Manning breaks Favre's all-time touchdown pass record
- Peyton Manning threw his name into NFL history when he broke Brett Favre's record for touchdown passes on Sunday, taking his career tally to 510 in leading Denver to a 42-17 rout of San Francisco.
- Kiszla: Broncos DT Terrance "Pot Roast" Knighton discipline unjust hypocrisy
Through the mouth of hip-hop star Shawn "Jay Z" Carter, the most infamous racial slur in American history has been elevated to an art form that has made him famous and extremely rich.
- Sparring over high school course raises questions about historical 'truths'
The debate over changes to an advanced high school U.S. history course, which one opponent has called a "radical rejectionist view" of America, has raised questions about which historical "truths" students should be taught.
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COLUMBIA - A previously unknown story of Civil War history was told in Columbia Thursday. African-American Civil War Museum Curator Hari Jones was in town to discuss the vital, but he said widely unknown, role African-Americans played in the war.
- Does Philly, and not Boston, deserve credit as the Tea Party birthplace?
The Tea Party protests of 1773 were undoubtedly a turning point in American history, but does Philadelphia have a rightful claim on being the starting point of the colonial movement?