On This Day in Memphis History
Far more than blues and barbecue, Memphis culture has evolved one day at a time. Author Wayne Dowdy pins an exact date to a host of important, quirky and forgotten events in the history of
Cheyenne Outbreak of Morris County (1868)
On June 3, 1868, some 400 Cheyenne Indians flooded Council Grove armed and painted for war. When the Indians reached the west end of the town, they divided their forces, one-half following along Elm
New Madrid Historical Museum
Located on the Mississippi River in the former Kendall Saloon at the foot of Main Street, the New Madrid Historical Museum reflects the history of this river town from the Mississippian period up
Horton Indian Tribe of Nova Scotia
Wolfville is a small town in the Annapolis Valley, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada, located about 100 kilometres (62 miles) northwest of the provincial capital, Halifax.