The 10th President's Grandsons Are Still Alive, 174 Years LaterIn an interview with CBS News, 89-year-old Harrison Tyler and his son William explained how three generations of Tylers has managed to span nearly two centuries of American history.
Cattle Drive Draws Focus To Florida's Cowboy HistoryDespite their efforts to re-create the life of Florida cowboys from the 19th century by wearing bonnets, suspenders and cowboy hats, and sleeping in sod fields at night, the more than 400 participants who took part in the once-in-a-decade cattle drive through the heart of Florida this week couldn't help but allow for little bits of the 21st century to seep in.
An Epidemic: Top 10 Outbreaks In U.S. HistoryThroughout the years, epidemics and plagues have shaken up societies and cultures around the world.
Top 5 Important Trades In Tampa Bay Rays Franchise HistoryHere's a look back in Rays history at major trades that helped define the team throughout its relatively short history ...
More Remains Excavated At Fla. Reform School Yard The remains of 55 people have been unearthed from a graveyard at a former reform school with a history of abuse, researchers said Tuesday.
15 Of The World's Oldest Bars (The Beer's Fresh, Though)Visiting local restaurants and bars is one of the best parts about traveling. Check out any of these old bars - most of which are older than America.
Researchers Finish Grave Excavations' First Phase University of South Florida researchers are wrapping up the first phase of their grave excavations at a former reform school that had a history of extreme abuse.
Work Under Way To Digitize 1500s Fla. RecordsInside a Catholic convent deep in St. Augustine's historic district, stacks of centuries-old, sepia-toned papers offer clues to what life was like for early residents of the nation's oldest permanently occupied city.
Amazon CEO Recovers Apollo Engines From Atlantic Rusted pieces of two Apollo-era rocket engines that helped boost astronauts to the moon have been fished out of the murky depths of the Atlantic, Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos and NASA said Wednesday.
Florida Sheriffs Association Picks First Female Leader The Florida Sheriffs Association has elected its first female president, Highlands County Sheriff Susan Benton.
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13th Annual Florida African American Heritage Celebration PreviewCome out to celebrate African American heritage and the 100 year anniversary of the formation of Pinellas County on Saturday, February 25, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This exciting event involves many community members and includes art, music, dance, choir performances, storytelling, poetry, historical preservation and ethnic food.