The American Writers Museum, the first and only of its kind, opened in Chicago on May 16.
Scholars and fans from around the world celebrate one of America’s most beloved authors.
My introduction to Laura Ingalls Wilder was a used copy of The Long Winter when I was seven or eight years old.
St. James Parish, Louisiana was created in 1807, and is made up of a scattering of small towns in a largely rural, agricultural area that straddles the Mississippi River midway between Baton Rouge and New Orleans. It’s known to many as the heart of Cajun Country.
Established in 1630, Boston is probably most well known for its role in the American Revolution, its 2.5-mile Freedom Trail hosting 16 historic sites such as the Old North Church, the Paul Revere House, and the site of the Boston Massacre.