George Washington Carver is one of America’s best-known agricultural chemists, educators, and botanists. He invented hundreds of agricultural products that are in use today and helped lift many southern farm families out of poverty through his extension work.
The Civil War (1861-185) sometimes called, the war between the states, war between brothers, or war between the North and the South, was the most significant war ever fought on American soil.
In America's 1920's, bootlegging was big business. Because of Prohibition, the illegal manufacture and sales of alcohol spawned an underground and lucrative business.
What tool do you employ to beat an egg? Some use a fork, some use a mixer, and some use vintages appliances you might enjoy seeing.
America tried to broker peace between the allies and the axis, the war was in Europe; America did not need to get involved.
The years of the post-World War 2 era marked the further decline and almost the complete death-knell for the Clyde River as shipbuilding centre. Fierce competition from rivals far more advanced in technology, efficiency and scientific management were leaving the Clydesiders trailing in their wake.
Pie in the face or pieing, which started the 1890s as a slapstick comedy routine, has evolved to political statements, to pieing for a good cause.
What was it like for the soldiers of World War 1 living in the filthy trenches? Visit the WWI trenches and learn more about the war here.
Bristol Brabazon was once the largest airliner ever built during the late 1940s. It was built to accommodate the wealthy during transatlantic flights with luxurious amenities found on cruise ships.
The early and mid 1960s were a special time in my life. In reflecting on those glory years, there were 17 fads of the 60s which I recall vividly and share with my readers in this article.