Monthly Archive: January, 2021

Intrepid Woman of the Klondike


   In 1976 during the nation’s bicentennial, President Gerald Ford signed a declaration recognizing February as Black History Month in the United States. In doing so, he urged all Americans to “seize the opportunity… Continue reading

The Molineux Rule: Getting Away with Murder


Roland Burnham Molineux by all appearances had everything a young man of the Gilded Age could desire. He was handsome, well built, wealthy, and socially prominent. He came from an old, distinguished New… Continue reading