After a mishandling during birth and a brutally botched medical procedure, Rosemary Kennedy was compromised for life—but that would inspire her sister to make a difference.
Milo of Croton reportedly ate 20 pounds of meat and drank 18 pints of wine a day to maintain his muscular physique.
After Michael Donald’s brutal murder, his mother, Beulah Mae, fought for justice beyond the conviction of his killers.
Tituba has become a legend—but she was all too easy to scapegoat
It was the first major crisis faced by the alliance, and it shook member nations deeply.
It was at this small gathering where Elizabeth Cady Stanton and others let the discontent of their lives boil over—and decided to do something about it.
For these lucky survivors, the cavalry did arrive.
At first, colonists used trees as meeting places to protest and plan resistance. Then their significance grew.