Victory gardens emerged during world wars, and similar gardens are resurfacing as society looks for cheaper ways to live. We can still grow our own food.
The Battle of Franklin raged over the grounds of a small family farm, terrorizing its inhabitants and leaving piles of bodies from the close fighting.
Tennessee remembered the Battle of Franklin with a special sesquicentennial re-enactment recalling the bravery of men and women from both the Union and the Confederacy.
All-America Selections has a long history of announcing winning seeds and plants. It is reliable plant information home gardeners can use with confidence.
Civil rights advocate and suffragist Frances Harper’s influence waned after her death, but society is coming to recognize the power of her words once more.