Looking for a Killer in Solving the West Palm Beach Murder of Jeffrey Heagerty
At the age of only 19, young Jeffrey Heagerty’s life was cut short when his body was discovered in West Palm Beach, Florida. The victim of a murder case that eventually went cold, it took several years before Heagerty’s killer was brought to justice. Solving the West Palm Beach Murder of Jeffrey Heagerty details this unique case. Read on to get a special sneak peek into the book!
READ MORE
The Spies Next Door: Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
The Cold War was a tense time for many American citizens – as friction between America and the Soviet Union reached a fever pitch, many came to suspect even their closest neighbors as Russian communists or spies. In the midst of this hostility, the arrest and trial of husband and wife Julius and Ethel Rosenberg seemed confirm many Americans worst fears. Read on to learn more about the Rosenbergs, and the trial that rocked 1950s America.
READ MORE
7 Heroes of Baseball in America
In the years since its first game, America’s Pastime has created some of the most talented baseball players the world has ever seen. Many spent their careers setting new records that would take later players years to beat. From the practice field to game day, these are the baseball players who revolutionized the sport in America. 
READ MORE
6 Women Who Shaped the American Revolution
When considering those who most impacted the American Revolution, we think of men like George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and other leading Founding Fathers. However, these characters of history were not the only ones to leave their mark on the birth of the nation. From the battlefield to the home, these are some of the founding women of the American Revolution.
READ MORE
Author Spotlight: Harriet Beecher Stowe
Through her writing, Harriet Beecher Stowe altered history and inspired her readers to take action against slavery in the South. Here, we’re looking at the parts of her life that shaped her into an icon of the abolitionist movement.  
READ MORE
Connecticut, American Impressionism, and Weir Farm National Historic Site
Nestled in the farmland of Connecticut, the Weir Farm National Historic Site has welcomed visitors since 1990. In his upcoming book, Weir Farm National Historic Site, artist Xiomáro details the life of Weir, and the history of the park which bears his name. Read on for a special sneak peek at Weir Farm National Historic Site, out now!
READ MORE
 
Posts 13 - 24 of 630 total