World War I saw several hundred thousand African-American soldiers discharged from a virulently segregated U.S. military into a virulently segregated society
A paper for Pennsylvania History looked at the way elite & working-class feminists worked together to create the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers.
Estimating the accuracy and depth of the records is just one insight genealogist's gain from population studies.
A historical look at bee hives in philosophy, literature, politics, and beyond.
Motorcycle communities are much more divers than what you'd see on "Sons of Anarchy"
Harriet Tubman's known and lesser known accomplishments.
While fewer farming family can be found today than many years ago, they still remain an important concept for any genealogist to understand.
Was Jane Addams a social worker? Donald Breiland explores in a piece that delves into the definitions of social work today and yesterday.
A look at early natural history collection methods.
The Influenza Epidemic of 1918 was a global catastrophe that is estimated to have killed between 40 and 50 million people.