October 2018

October 2018

Enjoy the October issue of Digging History Magazine:   American Poltergeist (and other strange goings-on) Sister Amy’s Murder Factory Brown Mountain Lights: Appalachia’s Historical Mystery Genealogically Speaking:  It’s Time to Rake the Leaves Are...
September 2018

September 2018

Enjoy the September issue of Digging History Magazine:   When Red Meant Radical:  Oklahoma Red Dirt Socialism Give Me That Old Time Socialism Milton Colony: The Bonds of Socialism Dying (or Lying) to Get on the Dawes Rolls (or how my ancestors were Indians one minute...
August 2018

August 2018

Enjoy the August 2018 Edition (we’re going to the Klondike!)   Klondicitis!:  Dreamers and Drifters, Gunslingers and Grifters (Simply a Great Mad Rush) Women of the Klondike:  Doctor, Journalist, Society Matrons Klondike Christmas:  A True Rags to Riches Story...
July 4, 1876:  It Was a Blast!

July 4, 1876: It Was a Blast!

July 4, 1876 – The United States was celebrating its first centennial eleven years following the end of the Civil War. In Philadelphia, soldiers from the North and South, “the Blue and the Gray”, marched together. There were lively and soul-stirring festivities held...
July 2018

July 2018

Enjoy the July 2018 Edition (it’s packed!): Declaring Independence:  May 20, 1775 or July 4, 1776? Radical Presbyterianism:  Seeds of Revolution? The First and Last Men of the Revolution Feisty Females:  Women of the Revolution Overmountain Men, America’s...
June 2018

June 2018

Enjoy the June 2018 edition: On a Whim and a Bet:  America’s First Coast-to-Coast Automobile Trip Rolling Along in an Automobile:  America’s Love Affair with the Family Road Trip The Great Race of 1908:  New York to Paris (via Alaska and Siberia) Victorian...