"We are in touch with the federal government and lobbyists to help educate them that the Indian mission system didn't start with Carlisle," the chief said.
"I heard a loud boom," 9-year-old witness Will Keefer said. "I looked out the window and there was a car stuck halfway through the house."
The couple found that two of the four fireplaces in their 19th-century house were not connected to chimneys.
The rare document is one of the last six copies of the Declaration of Independence that remains in private hands.
The clip was captured in 1963 by a driver, before the majority of the skyscrapers were built, with the car nearly involved in a crash.
Photographer Bryan Sansivero has been capturing abandoned buildings for the past decade.
American history has great flaws, and the brutal inhumanity of slavery is its worst, but the American story is driven by its principles—not its imperfections.
In a 'New York Times' op-ed published Friday, Hanks called for schools to teach the Tulsa Race Massacre as early as fifth grade, calling the omission of its history "tragic."
Texas state lawmakers capped hours of debate over how to teach kids about slavery and U.S. subjugation of people of color by advancing a controversial bill that prohibits critical theory in public and open-enrollment charter schools.
The likes of Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin, Andrew Jackson and Thomas Jefferson have been brought to life thanks to modern technology.
Trump's biggest failures as president, according to respondents, was his general leadership and record on race relations.
Tom Cotton, of Arkansas, said: "Too many may have lost the civilization or self-confidence needed to celebrate the Pilgrims."
The 2020 election saw record voter turnout from both in-person and mail-in voters. Here are other elections that brought people to the polls.
Likely, I would not have voted for Trump at any other time. In these revolutionary times, I cannot imagine a better man.
While the Democratic Party did support slavery in its past, the politics of both parties have changed a lot since the Civil War and Civil Rights Era.
The future of the youth vote is more up for grabs than some now think.
Author Joel L. Daniels debates Ryan P. Williams, president of the Claremont Institute.
A look back at the Civil War ought to be most instructive.