Monday, October 19, 2020
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Learn more about Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun and Daniel Webster and how they made decisions leading to the development of the American nation.

During a run at Firestone Park in Columbiana, Ohio, Julie Geiss reflects on the way Harvey Firestone’s legacy continues to promote peace in park visitors.

Learn more about Route 66's history, unique construction, impact on pop culture and legacy, as well as, how it was phased out over time.

On June 4, 1919, the 19th Amendment passed the Senate and was submitted to the states, allowing women to vote. Learn what it took to get there.

Alan Guebert's grandmother was both a woman of her times and a woman far ahead of even our times.

Patsy M. Stuckey, 94, of Alliance, Ohio, responds to Hugh Earnhart's Feb. 20, 2020, column, Orphan trains carried at-risk youth west.

Learn more about how two major parties — Democrat and Republican ­­­— came to dominate the national elections in the United States.

Judith Sutherland continues her story from last week about Adele Crockett and the orchard she was left in 1932 amid the Great Depression.

Learn more about how the Mexican war started, ended and everything in that happened in between.

Judith Sutherland recalls the way her father explained how farmers struggled during the Great Depression in the United States.
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