One English Family Took Photos of Shipwrecks for More Than a Century - Atlas Obscura By Terry Foreman ·
Leighton Buzzard Railway marks 17th century 'Oak Apple Day' custom abolished by the Victorians By Terry Foreman ·
'The original contact sport': How lacrosse has Native American roots By Terry Foreman ·
US state exonerates 12 'witches' 2 messages By Terry Foreman ·
Trade Signs 17th to 19th centuries in London, The Gentle Author 2011 By Denise Benshoof ·
THE COURT OF ARCHES By San Diego Sarah ·
New Great Fire & Deaf History resources about Pepys 10 messages By Kate ·
Shepherd University students transcribe 17th-century diary detailing the Salem witch trials By Terry Foreman ·
Queen Anne, the Mother of Great Britain By Terry Foreman ·
How a Threadbare ‘Bag of Secrets’ Led to Guy Fawkes’s Gruesome Execution 2 messages By Terry Foreman ·
To Pay Rent in Medieval England, Catch Some Eels By Terry Foreman ·
‘The Restless Republic’ By Guy Consterdine ·
From The Gentle Author's daily blog, "Samuel Pepys in Spitalfields" By Denise Benshoof ·
Two Rembrandt portraits, overlooked for nearly 200 years, are unearthed By Terry Foreman ·
Shakespeare Was Shakespeare By Terry Foreman ·
The Theater Lab's original new comedy, 'Warden of the Mint,' explores 17th century themes still relatable 300 years later By Terry Foreman ·
Gutenberg and Microsoft Audio Books with AI 2 messages By Richard Histon ·
The civil war that never ended By Terry Foreman ·
At this Westminster, King Charles is the spaniel sort By Terry Foreman ·
Gloucester By Tiny Little ·