“I was thinking about what attitudes were like in the past.”
In 1818 James Wroe along with John Knight, Joseph Johnson and John Saxton formed the Manchester Observer
Two women who defied the conventions of their day and continue to inspire us to this day with their courage and passion.
“We travelled through time in the corridors rooms, up the stairs and down the stairs, of Tankerness House Museum in Kirkwall “
Ida B Wells was a black woman born into slavery in Holly Springs, Mississippi on July 16th 1862.
Why The South Fought The Civil War And Why The North Won by Edward H. Bonekemper III
On the 29th of December 1890 the 7th Cavalry of the USA massacred over 200/300 people of the Sioux nation at Wounded Knee, South Dakota.
Here William tells of how machinery has changed over the years then goes on to recall a variety of noteworthy events
The John Rae Society and Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology (ORCA) put their heads together and held an archive training workshop on the 27th April 2019
“like a candle seen at night through a horn”