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In “First Pennsylvanians,” Kurt Carr and Roger Moeller provide an overview of the archaeological record of Native Americans in Pennsylvania from early prehistory through the Paleoindian, Archaic, Transitional, Woodland, and Contact periods, stretching from 16,500 years ago to 1750 C.E. The authors present and analyze specific traits of each archaeological time period covered and use […]
(VIDEO) A hugely successful businessman and entrepreneur, American candy magnate Milton Hershey and his wife Catherine were unable to have children of their own, so the couple set up a trust in 1909 and created the Hershey Industrial School for fatherless, healthy, Caucasian boys. Ever since its creation, the huge legal trust has poured profits from the candy business into this charitable venture, and is legally stipulated to do so in perpetuity. Since the inception of what is now known as the Milton Hershey School, the institution has become the nation s richest residential facility for impoverished youth and the richest private school.
(VIDEO) The opening of the new Flight 93 National Memorial Visitor Center, honoring the 40 passengers and crew of United Flight 93 on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis, PA Governor Tom Wolf and others spoke at the ceremony.