How did America get its name? The man from whom the continents got their names was an especially fascinating character of the late 15th century.
Mrs. Frederick J. Noonan, wife of Amelia Earhart’s navigator, and George Palmer Putnam, Miss Earhart’s husband, met yesterday, each trying to cheer the other.
Phoenix, Arizona was first settled in 1867, and here you can see an aerial view of the city as it looked back in 1885, when the population was estimated to be just 3,500, and was said to be ‘one of the most beautiful and lovely cities in the West.’
As battles in Vietnam go, this one was only a minor skirmish. But it made clear the frustrating array of problems facing U.S. troops as they move into a more active combat role as the buildup goes on.
Busch Gardens: The Dark Continent – Tampa, Florida Sights that take your breath away! Take your seat in the dazzling Moroccan Palace to experience “Kaleidoscope”
Rounding up outlaws in the Colorado basin – Territory over which the outlaws roam Active Campaign By the Governors of Four States Against “Butch” Cassidy
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