A rural field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, is the site of the Flight 93 crash during the events of September 11, 2001. The Flight 93 National Memorial is a sacred place for remembering the heroism of that day.
When the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed the continent in the years 1804 to 1806, they initiated a new adventure for the young American country that would knit together the coasts and Great Plains and Rocky Mountains, giving the nation a vast new identity. Migration and settlement and displacement and wars and environmental changes on a vast scale were soon to follow. Two centuries have now passed, and there has been a… Read More