These Real Titanic Photos Are More Riveting Than The Movie

Everybody knows the tragic history of the “unsinkable” ship’s collision with an iceberg, and most have seen the epic 1997 James Cameron film of the same moniker. However, few have seen these breathtaking real Titanic photos spanning from the ship’s construction in the early 1900s to the discovery of its wreckage in 1985. The Royal…

A Rare Glimpse Inside The Real Titanic

Everybody knows the tragic history of the “unsinkable” ship’s collision with an iceberg, and most have seen the epic 1997 James Cameron film of the same moniker. However, few have seen these breathtaking real Titanic photos spanning from the ship’s construction in the early 1900s to the discovery of its wreckage in 1985. The Royal…

America’s Army of Two

Many heroic tales emerged from the War of 1812. One of the most famous is the story of Dolley Madison’s flight from the White House before the British burned it in the middle of the war in 1814. In her escape, she managed to save an important painting of George Washington. But there is a…

Incredible Historical Photos of Egypt Recently Released By U.S. Library

For many years the New York Public Library has been collecting these incredible historical photos of Egypt. These are some of the earliest known images of the Middle East region, but it was not until very recently that they were digitized for everybody to view. Continue to enjoy a rare glimpse into Egypt in the…

Stunning Historic Photos of the Statue of Liberty Being Constructed

The Statue of Liberty remains one of the most iconic features of the American landscape, after its dedication in 1886. Standing more than 300 feet over New York Harbor, Lady Liberty has been a symbol of freedom and opportunity for generations of those seeking a better life in America. While the completed statue we all…

The Wallace Line: An Important Discovery That Nobody Knows About

In 1854, a young British naturalist named Alfred Russell Wallace was traveling through the East Indies observing and collecting specimens to study natural history. Wallace collected nearly 126,000 different specimens (with over half being beetles). Many of the specimens were completely new to science, and the exciting discoveries offered a view into the incredible biodiversity…