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Up until the 1960s, saving America’s treasured artifacts of her past was largely done by private citizens. Learn about the slow movement of federal historical preservation legislation in this post.
With the Senate recently passing the Sunshine Protection Act, which proposes year-round daylight savings time, we thought it would be a great time to dive into the complex and often confusing history of humankind’s desire to preserve daylight.
Learn about the life of Jeannette Rankin, the first woman to hold federal office in the United States, elected to Congress before women had the right to vote.
March is Women’s History Month, but the fight for gender equality in the United States is ongoing. While we continue to work towards a more equitable future, it’s the perfect time to review some milestone moments in the women’s rights movement.
While Black history should be learned and celebrated throughout the year, February is nationally designated as Black History Month—and this is thanks to a Black American historian named Carter G. Woodson.
On this solemn anniversary, we take a look back at the impact of the storming of the Capitol with the extensive related content that users can find within HeinOnline.
The 1910 bombing of the Los Angeles Times Building was a major cause célèbre for the labor movement. Two brothers faced the death penalty, with America’s most famous lawyer defending them.
‘Tis the season for gift-giving, so it’s only fitting that this month’s Secrets of the Serial Set uncover the story behind one of the most famous gifts ever given to the United States of America: the Statue of Liberty.
2021 is the 100th anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Solider at Arlington National Cemetery. The marble tomb serves as a poignant reminder of all those Americans who gave their lives for their country—and never returned home.