By Seventh Sense Publishing
Seventh Sense Publishing has released Laddy Harrington & Guy Lozier's book detailing evidence of Dinosaurs and Humans showing them alive and dying together.
By School Sisters of St Francis
Presentation Dovetails with Doors Open Milwaukee on St. Joseph Center Campus
By Colorado Railroad Museum
On July 11th-14th, 2019, the Colorado Railroad Museum will be celebrating 60 years in Golden, CO. In 1959, Robert W. Richardson and Cornelius W.
By Notion Press
Notion Press India's largest self-publishing platform Notion Press is coming out with its new book Jai's Wild Anecdotes from the Shadow of Time. When the Times of India reported of man-eating Hyenas at large in a U.P.
By Michael Jordan / Green Leaf Publishers
Cleveland author and attorney Michael Jordan will be discussing his book The Company of Demons and the Cleveland Torso Murders at the Cleveland Law Library, Cleveland Public Library, Old Courthouse, 4th Floor, 1 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland OH...
By Three Rivers Cultural Festival
The Three Rivers Coalition, a regional group of collaborative partner organizations from West Point, Gloucester, King William, King & Queen and New Kent has been awarded one of nineteen 2019 Commemoration Finale Grants for RESILIENCE: Three Rivers...
By Morven Museum & Garden
Morven Museum & Garden presents New Jersey Baseball: From the Cradle to the Major Leagues, 1855–1915, June 7 - October 27, 2019. Opening Reception on Thursday, June 6 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
By Historic House Island
In the early 1600's, English explorer, Capt. Christopher Levett, is believed to be the first person to build a house on House Island.
By Pacific Book Review
The effects of nuclear weapons brought to the minds of readers. IN ROD BUNTZEN'S NEW BOOK THE ARMAGEDDON EXPERIENCE
By LAMERICA Real Estate
The iconic and historic Klump Estate in Toluca Lake, Los Angeles, is available for sale. Check out the history why the home is so special for the community.
By KSPS Public Television
The public is invited to the screening Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at the Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC) at 2316 W 1st Avenue in Spokane.
By Fred Lucas Author, "Tainted by Suspicion"
A new Congress is taking a look at an old controversy—the Electoral College.
By Foote Communications
Travelers will get special tours, meet Ghanaian leaders and "Return" through "The Door of No Return"
By Jeff Doran
Ramble On: A History of Hiking is the first broad historical overview of hiking
By Ancient History Encyclopedia
New app launched by Time Passport and Ancient History Encyclopedia brings the Seven Ancient Wonders to life
By Parkway of Broken Dreams
Las Vegas-focused documentary participating in Hometown Heroes Rally for a chance to be executive produced by Mark and Jay Duplass
By A Tour Of Her Own LLC
On Sunday, November 4th, local tour company, A Tour of Her Own, or TOHO, will host an unprecedented one-day event of historical tours and wellness trainings that focus on women's influence on history and culture.
By School Sisters of St Francis
A Presentation About St. Edith Stein and Willi Graf on School Sisters of St. Francis Campus
By RABT Book Tours & PR
1945. The world war ended and a personal war began. Dive into historical fiction novel, Oslo Spies.
By Dancing Lemur Press, L.L.C.
Chinese history was never more magical! Terracotta Warriors and emperors come alive in this charming story for children.
By VR360 Media Inc
VR360 Media Inc., a virtual reality and 360-degree video production company, has launched an Indiegogo Crowd Funding Campaign to help finance the production of their virtual reality documentary about the internment of Japanese Canadian's during World War.
By Freelance Associates
Saturday, January 19, 2019 Baltimore Author Dr. Kerri Hobbs to Speak at Waverly Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore on Her Creative Non-Fiction 'More Than a Fraction'
By Springfield Bicycle Club
The official bicycle ride of the Illinois Bicentennial, a seven-day event series called the Prairie Heritage Ride, is being hosted by Illinois Department of Agriculture at the Illinois State Fairgrounds beginning on September 8th.
By BQB/WriteLife Publishing
Two New Hampshire Residents will Help Bring History Alive in Central Massachusetts on September 1
By Simply Charly
Simply Charly, an original, one-stop portal to a wealth of information about some of the world's most prominent historical figures, has launched a new podcast series called Culture Insight hosted by Roger Kennedy.
By Music World Entertainment
While still riding the waves of success with his sophomore book entitled, Racism From the Eyes of A Child (available worldwide/Amazon), music mogul and best-selling author, Mathew Knowles, PH.D.
By Ebony Doughboys
Ebony Doughboys is seeking an African-American male actor for a one-man performance. Company: Ebony Doughboys is America's only non-profit organization dedicated to highlighting the African American World War One servicemen's story.
By Hansen Wheel & Wagon Shop
Attendees at the 2018 Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) will have the chance to see a Yellowstone Stagecoach, which was completely restored and refurbished by Hansen Wheel & Wagon Shop (HWWS), of Letcher, South Dakota, on behalf of the CFD Old West Museum.
By Brickman Marketing
Old Monterey Foundation is pleased to continue its season of free lecture events as part of its 2018 Lecture Series sponsored by The Marcia F. Devoe Fund of the Community Foundation for Monterey County.
By Monroe Publications
Monroe Publications is pleased to announce The World Turns to War has been named a winner in the 20th annual Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards.
By MissHeard Media
CEO Lindsey Turnbull aims to inspire and educate girls all year long by celebrating historical actresses