Gun violence during Prohibition gave rise to the 1934 Federal Firearms Act.
When the first European colonists came to America they brought with them a rather definitive dispute resolution process known as dueling.
Columbus? Ponce de Leon? The Pilgrims? Continue reading
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Play Ball exhibit at History Colorado Center Continue reading
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Bridges built between 1841 and 1858 Continue reading
With photos from the America on Wheels Museum Continue reading
U.S.. presidents catching fish and eating pizza in the park. Continue reading
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Prohibition’s influence on American lifestyle, culture and politics. Continue reading
Prohibition was high time for hypocrisy, in Washington, in state houses and in city halls Continue reading