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  • Northern Opposition to the Underground Railroad

    The Underground Railroad consisted of a collection of secret routes and safe houses used by 19th-century enslaved American people to escape to free states and Canada with the aid of abolitionists and allies who were sympathetic to their cause. Several earlier (pre-Revolutionary War) routes existed for getting slaves away, but the network now generally known […] We hope you enjoyed Northern Opposi...

  • Godey’s Presidential Profiles: John Quincy Adams

    Louis A. Godey established Godey’s Lady’s Book in 1830 in Philadelphia. Initially, it included mainly articles clipped from British women’s magazines and hand-coloured plates reproducing fashions of the day. Wanting to provide more original content by American authors, Godey bought the Boston Ladies’ Magazine in January 1837 and invited its editor, Sarah Josepha Hale, to […] We hope you enjoyed G...

  • College Football’s Call to the Millions

    College football season is upon us and many will be sitting in the stands or watching the televised play-by-play — a great diversion from the ongoing political battles in this election year. Much has changed in college football since the early days of “mob ball” in the early 19th century. It was not until the […] We hope you enjoyed College Football’s Call to the Millions. Discover more great hi...

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  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Saving our Young Girls

    The Revolution, a weekly women’s rights newspaper, was the official publication of the National Woman Suffrage Association formed by feminists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony to secure women’s enfranchisement through a federal constitutional amendment. Published between January 8, 1868 and February, 1872, The Revolution was edited by Stanton and Parker Pillsbury. Our Young […] We hope...

  • A Local View on America in the World War I Era

    World War I greatly impacted all levels of American society. Industrial production increased, employment rose dramatically along with incomes, and cities and counties flourished. The Great Migration of African-Americans from the south to northern manufacturing cities reached its peak and when the U.S. entered the war, factories turned to women as a labor source. During […] We hope you enjoyed A L...

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  • The Relation of Education and the Gospel

    The Christian Recorder was first published in 1854 under the editorship of the Rev. J.P. Campbell. This early edition was short-lived, however, and in 1861, under the editorship of Elisha Weaver, the New Series, Volume 1 began. Under this new leadership the Recorder was introduced into the South by distribution among the negro regiments in […] We hope you enjoyed The Relation of Education and the...

  • Philadelphia Welcomes President Washington

    In September of 1790, President George Washington visited Philadelphia on his way south from New York City. This report about a gathering in his honor appeared in the September 8, 1790 issue of The Pennsylvania Gazette. A Repast and Toast Thursday last about two o’clock arrived in town from New York, the President of the […] We hope you enjoyed Philadelphia Welcomes President Washington. Discove...

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