Sojourner Truth Speech, Ain’t I A Woman, is still considered one of the most important and most quoted speeches in the history of the US. Quite an accomplishment for someone who never learned to read or write.
On Friday, March 27th, 1964, the ground in Alaska shook. It didn’t just shake – the earthquake was a 9.2 on the Richter scale –
Portland, under the leadership of Dr. Esther Pohl, was the only city on the West Coast that didn’t have any deaths from bubonic plague.
Sarah and Angelina Grimke: Born to a Slave-Owning Family in the South, They Became Prominent Abolitionists
Sarah and Angelina Grimke were white sisters who were some of the earliest leaders of the abolishment movement.
During the 30s, the Germans controlled most of the most popular sports unequivocally: race car driving. German drivers, in state-of-the art Mercedes cars, armed with