History is one of the majors in college that seems to get a very bad reputation. "The easy way out" or "A waste of time" are both ways that I have heard it described. These simply aren't true. History is a very valuable and useful tool that we have, as a society, in our hands. We can use the past...
Swamp People is a popular T.V. Series on the History Channel. See why someone from this area has issues with the legitimacy of the show and it's characters.
Nottoway Plantation and Resort, nestled between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana is a magnificent and royal property. Now a restored home with lodging, business rentals, and wedding packages, this former sugar plantation is one of the most beautiful 19th Century homes in the south.
During the Middle Ages, England used a trial system that would make many today beg for the common jury system. These trials were made up of "ordeals" in which the accused was subject to burning their skin with hot iron, submerging their hands in boiling water, and being dunked into a body of water....
Oak Alley is not known for its haunting, but it has had many reports. It functions today as a bed and breakfast and tourist destination with hourly tours of the museum within the main home.
This article offers advice and links on trusted websites for tropical freshwater and marine aquariums. As well as where to buy live fish and aquarium supplies.
New fish keepers often begin buying fish without doing the proper research about what they are buying. This usually results in a bad fit for both the buyer and the fish. Here is a list of fish that new aquarists should avoid.
This is a book review of Arthur Koestler's historical fiction work, Darkness At Noon. The novel focuses on main character Rubashov, as he goes from right hand man to Joseph Stalin, to prison within his own communist government.
Joseph Stalin was an incredibly paranoid and unstable man. To make matters worse, he was the leader of a country, with millions of lives in his hands. This article looks at Stalin, the man, as well as Stalin, the leader.
Causes of World War 2 are vast and not as simple as many would lead you to believe. Keith Eubank goes into great detail to provide an accurate and unbiased account of why the world descended into chaos for a second time.