Fate is fickle, no doubt about it. Take the case of old Chief Sitting Bull.
Twist in Time
A look at the amusing incidents of history by retired teacher Bill Coate, originator of the Madera Method.
On Aug. 6, 1923, Warren G. Harding died suddenly at the age of 57, and with his passing, Vice President Calvin Coolidge ascended to the presidency.
It is a well-known fact that the Civil War tore at the very fabric of America’s family life.
The Fourth of July has become one of America’s most celebrated holidays.
The Rebels may have lost the Civil War, but “Dixie” is still being played, and the Confederate battle flags are still flying down South — way, way down South, like in South America.
Warren G. Harding was never known for his dedication to principle. His administration has been characterized as a series of moral failures, the most notorious of which was the Tea Pot Dome Scandal.
There has been some talk recently about the possible discovery of the remains of Amelia Earhart’s plane.