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Throughout the United States, every state has a variation of a law mandating that infants and young children be fastened in a car seat [...]
The 1904 Vanderbilt team. Fielding Yost, From Football for Player and Spectator (Ann Arbor, MI: University Publishing Co., 1905), p. 71. Since [...]
Ida B. Wells-Barnett, 1897 The city of Memphis has demonstrated that neither character nor standing avails the Negro if he [...]
Blackberry winter waits just around the corner, at the end of April. How do we know? Swelling flower buds on the wild canes in [...]
Beale Street in Memphis thrived in the shadow of Jim Crow from the 1890s to 1960s, one of many such districts in cities across [...]
On January 29, 1918, E.I. Dupont de Nemours & Company and the U.S. government embarked on building a massive factory and town along Hadley’s [...]
“My memories of the week before Christmas are dashing into the house, after hiking from school, to smell the sweet fragrance of Christmas cooking…,” [...]
This guitar belonged to Eliza Allen (1809-1861) of Sumner County, the forlorn bride of Sam Houston. A prized item in the Tennessee Historical Society’s [...]
On April 11, 1829, Sam Houston and his bride of eleven weeks, Eliza Allen, abruptly ended their marriage. Neither would speak publicly of the [...]