Owning two wheels in the late 19th century meant a literal means to escape, creating a “new woman” who eschewed fragility.
Despite recent progress, South Carolina still has a domestic violence problem.
The Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company was wildly successful, but the key to its profits lay in a deadly contract negotiated with the State of Alabama in 1888.
Lake Erie is cleaner now that it was during the Rust Belt’s industrial heyday. But all is not well underwater.
A trip back to Sheffield, Alabama, is filled with reminders that boundaries aren't just physical.