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Nikola Tesla’s Search for Success

Today, Nikola Tesla is known as one of the most renowned physicists and engineers the world has ever seen. During his time however, his numerous inventions and breakthroughs within his field failed to translate to financial success. Born in Croatia in 1857, Tesla was...

Women Pioneers in American Sports

Throughout history, sports in the United States have been seen as a form of entertainment for all to enjoy. However, there are moments when societal issues bleed onto the athletic scene, prompting many famous athletes to take a stand, or express their personal...

The First American Cars

It is argued that the first car America had ever seen was built by Oliver Evans in 1805; one that could not only travel by land, but by water as well, having both regular and paddle wheels. While this is widely debated, the automotive boom that would soon follow was a...
An Overview of the First Native Americans

An Overview of the First Native Americans

The first human beings to reach North America were believed to have arrived many thousands of years ago. By traveling across the once-existing Bering land bridge, descendants from Asian ventured into Alaska, eventually traversing down the west coast of what is now the...
America’s Gold Medal History in the Winter Olympics

America’s Gold Medal History in the Winter Olympics

With the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics now concluded, the United States officially placed fourth in terms of medal count, receiving 9 gold, 8 silver, and 7 bronze. These games were remarkable for both Norway and Germany, as they placed first and second...

Television’s Role in the Vietnam War

  Before the 1960s, citizens of the United States and those back home during wars were never given up close and personal looks at what exactly soldiers were doing and experiencing. Then, in 1965, Lyndon Johnson’s deployment of large troops received national...

The Most Successful Presidents in American History

The argument of who exactly was the best president in United States history is widely debated, but one that many would agree comes down to certain 5 or so. Based on their leadership skills and accomplishments they were able to achieve in their time within the White...

The History of Commercial Flight in the U.S. (Pt. 2)

The 1940s were the next decade to see a whole new generation of aircraft, with aviators and engineers straying from the traditional ‘flying boat’ design and entering the land-operating aircraft era, mainly developed for World War II. The events that followed led to an...

The History of Commercial Flight in the U.S. (Pt. 1)

Human curiosity led to the idea that man could one day take to the skies. Through many failed attempts, engineers and philosophers alike experimented with different means of transportation light and nimble enough to support the weight of human being while traversing...
How the Industrial Revolution Shaped America

How the Industrial Revolution Shaped America

Had you been coming of age in 1740s Great Britain, you would have discovered that your life was changing very rapidly. You may have been given many different opportunities to make a living, unlike your those who raised you, who very likely made their living working...