The Community History Archives: This Week In History July 15th – July 21st

One of the most famous attractions in Chicago, Illinois is Millenium Park. But how many people know the story behind this iconic location? The idea of building a park to replace the Illinois Central Railroad Lines that occupied the area began back in 1977. Nothing came to fruition until Richard Daley became mayor in 1989, […]

The Community History Archives: This Week In History July 8th- July 14th

The Atlantis space shuttle was a NASA shuttle that went on 33 missions during its career. It took one final mission for itself and the American Space Shuttle Program on July 8th, 2011. It was the 135th mission in the program and would be the last.  The American Space Shuttle Program was developed to form […]

The Community History Archives: This Week In History July 1st – July 7th

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) went into force on July 1, 2020. The agreement was created to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with a newer, more updated version. By bringing the agreement into the 21st century, trade, labor, and other economic conditions would improve. The agreement has various functions that mutually benefit […]

Community History Archives: This Week in History- May 27th – June 2nd

This week in history has brought us back in time to some of history’s myths and legends! From remembering icons of the civil rights movement to climbing Mount Everest and searching for yetis, this week in history has brought us unforgettable world changers. As always, not only will I be sharing my historical findings with […]

Community History Archives: This Week in History: May 6th – May 12th

Get ready for a trip around the world, because this week in history brings us events from all over the globe! Our first destination will take us back a year to a Royal Coronation. From there, we will make stops in South Africa, New Jersey, and Europe as we cover some of the most important […]

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