Three of Mary Bach’s fingers, hacked off by her murderous husband in 1881, were displayed in a jar for more than a century in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Pullman resisted hiring women and did his best to keep attention away from the company’s female employees.
The themes of truth and reconciliation echo throughout the Court’s design, evoking the democratic values of post-apartheid South Africa.
A century ago, teams from eight cities formally created the Negro National League. Three decades of stellar play followed.
The show Downton Abbey spurred a renewed interest in English country estates.
Some archaeologists argue it’s essential to preserve the history of lunar exploration. But would it represent a claim of U.S. sovereignty over the moon?