Yesterday I had the pleasure of accompanying my three year old son Henry to Fenway Park to watch the Red … Continue reading Grave of the Week: Dominic DiMaggio
Last year, while building lesson ideas for my course on Race in America, I stumbled across a gold mine resource: … Continue reading Who Are We, Who Were We? History Through The Census, Part 1
This past week, during a conversation about current events with my senior Race in America class, Colin Kaepernick and the … Continue reading Grave of the Week: The September 11 Memorial
On September 4, 1949 – 77 years ago today – a concert in Peekskill, NY by a man named Paul … Continue reading Grave of the Week: Paul Robeson, Colin Kaepernick, and the Meaning of America
In 1912, two boys in Bermuda’s Hamilton Parish lost a cricket ball. While searching for it, they discovered an opening into … Continue reading Bermuda’s Crystal Cave
Before I obsessively photographed gravestones, I obsessively photographed US State Capitols. I haven’t done much with them recently, or had … Continue reading Capitol Firsts: Nebraska!
I wasn’t actually expecting to find anything about the Civil War while on vacation in Bermuda. I probably should have … Continue reading The Offshore Civil War