Folklore of the United States
Folklore consists of legends, music, oral history, proverbs, jokes, popular beliefs, fairy tales, stories, tall tales, and customs that are the traditions of a culture, subculture, or group. It is als...
Folklore of the United States - Wikipedia
Fox 8 News - How to deep fry a turkey
Try something new this Thanksgiving and remember to be safe.
Hoop snake - Snake Facts
The Hoop Snake is a persistent and widespread snake myth described in the American, Canadian, and Australian folklore and tall tales
Hoop snake - Snake Facts
The Hoop Snake is a persistent and widespread snake myth described in the American, Canadian, and Australian folklore and tall tales
Thanksgiving Trivia
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Time to play some Thanksgiving Trivia on the streets of Hollywood Blvd. Criag Scime - Host Producer- Jess Weber @ Weberz Way Films Production
Who's ready for some turkey?...lol
Who's ready for some turkey? Credit: Joel Erkkinen Art
Lincoln and Kennedy Coincidences
The coincidences between the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations are not really so amazing.
Across the USA by Train for Just $213
Turns out, you don’t need a car to see America.
A Few Things You (Probably) Don’t Know About Thanksgiving
The pilgrims stole from graves, the Wampanoag were devastated by disease, and the peace between them was political.
4th Of July: Nine Myths Debunked
Many stories of U.S. independence turn out to be more 4th of July fiction than fact—and "National Treasure" isn't the only culprit.
9 Things You May Not Know About The Declaration Of Independence
As people across the United States celebrate the nation’s birthday, explore nine surprising facts about the founding document adopted on July 4, 1776.
10 Things You May Not Know About The Pony Express
In April 1860, the famed Pony Express began using horse and rider relay teams to shuttle mail along a 2,000-mile route between St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California. While the company only ...
8 Key Contributors To The Underground Railroad
In the decades preceding the Civil War, up to 100,000 slaves escaped to the Northern free states or the “promised land” of Canada. Most received help along the way from abolitionists, who ran a vast, ...
Pony Express Debuts-April 3 1860
On this day in 1860, the first Pony Express mail, traveling by horse and rider relay teams, simultaneously leaves St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California.
1827 New Orleanians Take To The Streets For Mardi Gras
On this day in 1827, a group of masked and costumed students dance through the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana, marking the beginning of the city’s famous Mardi Gras celebrations.
8 Reasons To Fall In Love With Thanksgiving Day | Lovestories
Ah! Gobble Gobble! Let’s drool over the 8 reasons to fall in love with Thanksgiving Day. Take these reasons to be thankful why we have this day.
Hoop snake - Snake Facts
The Hoop Snake is a persistent and widespread snake myth described in the American, Canadian, and Australian folklore and tall tales
Lincoln and Kennedy Coincidences
The coincidences between the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations are not really so amazing.
Across the USA by Train for Just $213
Turns out, you don’t need a car to see America.
Mark Twain and Other Folk Favorites
Mark Twain and other Folk Favorites is the debut album by Harry Belafonte, released by RCA Victor in 1954. It is out of print.
Paul Campbell was a fictitious entity used to copyright material in t...
Mark Twain and Other Folk Favorites - Wikipedia
Francis Marion
Francis Marion (c.1732— February 27, 1795) was a military officer who served in the American Revolutionary War. Acting with Continental Army and South Carolina militia commissions, he was a persistent...
Francis Marion - Wikipedia
4th Of July: Nine Myths Debunked
Many stories of U.S. independence turn out to be more 4th of July fiction than fact—and "National Treasure" isn't the only culprit.
10 Things You May Not Know About The Pony Express
In April 1860, the famed Pony Express began using horse and rider relay teams to shuttle mail along a 2,000-mile route between St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California. While the company only ...
Thomas S. Hinde
Thomas Spottswood Hinde (April 19, 1785 – February 9, 1846) was an American newspaper editor, opponent of slavery, author, historian, real estate investor, Methodist minister and a founder of t...
Thomas S. Hinde - Wikipedia
8 Key Contributors To The Underground Railroad
In the decades preceding the Civil War, up to 100,000 slaves escaped to the Northern free states or the “promised land” of Canada. Most received help along the way from abolitionists, who ran a vast, ...
Pony Express Debuts-April 3 1860
On this day in 1860, the first Pony Express mail, traveling by horse and rider relay teams, simultaneously leaves St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California.
1827 New Orleanians Take To The Streets For Mardi Gras
On this day in 1827, a group of masked and costumed students dance through the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana, marking the beginning of the city’s famous Mardi Gras celebrations.
8 Things You May Not Know About The California Gold Rush
On January 24, 1848, a carpenter working at a mill in northern California made a discovery that would change the course of American history—two gold nuggets. Within a year, tens of thousands of people...