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On This Date in December - From the anniversary of basketball, the attack on Pearl
Harbor to the birth of Emily Dickinson, Nostradamus, Kit Carson, and more, see what
happened and who was born in December.
Southwest Spanish Mission Architecture - Artist Victoria Chick and Naomi Torres discuss
the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail and the missions of Tumacácori
and Mission San Xavier del Bac, in the Sonoran Desert.
World War II History Guide - The Second World War ran from 1939 to 1945, and was
the most widespread and deadliest war in history. Here's our guide to WW II History
featuring articles, interviews and radio shows!
Boot Hill Graveyard’s Folk Hero – Karen Pierce Gonzalez ‘Queen of Folklore’ shares
how Marshal Fredrick ‘Fred’ White is one example of a western folk hero who made
a difference in the unruly Arizona territory of Tombstone.
Lexington, Kentucky “The Athens of the West” -Norman Hill discusses some of the
notable historical sites he experienced while in Lexington, including the historical
museum homes of the Todd family and Mary Todd Lincoln, as well as Ashland, the home
of Henry Clay.
Haunted East-Anglia– Glynn Burrows shares ghostly tales of Norfolk, England including
a big black dog called Shuck, a fiddler walking along a long forgotten tunnel, a
witch whose heart exploded during her burning at the stake, headless horses, a brown
lady, and even a Queen of England!