Catherine Carroll “Kate” Shelley (December 12, 1863 – January 21, 1912) was a midwestern United States railroad heroine and the first woman in the United
Maria E. Beasley filed at least 15 patents, including a barrel-hooping machine and improvements to the design of life rafts.
Theodore Roosevelt was the first president to use an entire train dedicated to campaign staff. He used the train to deliver 673 speeches while traveling
I used the National Parks website to research various areas of Rt 66 and attractions we might be interested in. Because I knew we would
Originally posted to my Facebook notes (2008-09-08). This is one of my favorite commuter stories from my time in NYC. For those of you who
I have a number of things on my bucket list – things to do, places to visit, food to taste, music to see live… As