Ebola Virus: One of Its Most Deadly Forms

Written by  on March 26, 2014

The history of the Ebola virus is believed to date back to the beginning of our planet, though it was only first discovered in 1976. A clue that indicates[...]

History Topics

Written by  on March 17, 2014

America American Business American Flag American Indian Ancient History Ancient Philosophy Antarctic Expeditions Archaeology Architecture Archival Preservation Art[...]

End of War Kiss

Written by  on March 14, 2014

Glenn Edward McDuffie, a U.S. Navy sailor in World War II and  believed to be the man in the famous kiss picture taken by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt,[...]

Ole Miss Riot

Written by  on March 13, 2014

On Oct. 1, 1962 Mississippi University admitted James Meredith; their first black student.  This Federally ordered act of integration resulted in a violent[...]

The Bubonic Plague is Alive and Well

Written by  on March 8, 2014

When we think of the plague, we imagine ages gone by, the middle ages in particular, safely contained inside the texts of detailed accounts in history[...]

The Black Death

Written by  on March 8, 2014

Timeline 430 B.C.- During the second year of the Peloponnesian War, Thucydides writes about a disease that is believed to have been the Plague 540 A.D.-[...]