Bear Spirit Mountain is a Pleistocene Era American Indian Ceremonial site located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and certainly will provide valuable information to history and mankind as we know it. Why should you care? Read on.
Ezra Allen Miner, most often known as Bill Miner - was the original "stick up man" of the old West. Bill Miner was known for being quite a gentleman, and very polite during all of his robberies. He robbed trains and stage coaches his entire adult life - and the only thing he was, perhaps, even...
Being a Ghigau, Nancy was not only allowed to sit in on counsel with the male leaders, but also had the power to spare captives. One such captive was Lydia Russell who was injured when she was captured just a day before a battle at Fort Watauga settlement which is now Elizabethton, Tennessee.
Midway between an ancient culture steeped with generations of revered traditions, spiritual ceremonies, legends and mystical stories, and the society of today built with technology and strong differing political and religious beliefs, stands our Native American teenager.
Thousands of brave men fought and died in America's Revolutionary War. Women were left to make do as best they could and black women, mostly slaves, had an even harder time. But some black women took a stand to claim freedom for their country.
Growing interest in researching family genealogies and in related television shows such as "Who Do You Think You Are?" that trace historic roots of top-name stars are uncovering links to Native American Nations never known to some of their descendants before the advent of DNA tracking. Here we have...
Was Billy the Kid really a hardened criminal murderer or was he merely misunderstood? Was Brushy Bill Roberts really Billy the Kid?
Do you remember these two outstanding examples of Depression-era Americana? Here is their fascinating story - Bonnie and Clyde.
Champ Ferguson was one of only a two Rebels tried and convicted of war crimes after the United State's Civil War. In a rare twist of fate, Ferguson actions may have impacted my family's future.
It was 150 years ago that the Civil War ravaged the United States. One particularly dark memory is the thousands that died at Andersonville Prison. These photos show it as it is today.