My July article at the Western Fictioneers’ blog is live today. I’ve included the link HERE, and I’ve also included the entire article below.
For my featured article this month at the Western Fictioneers’ blogspot, I have compiled a brief list of notable events in Old West history. The
June 1-1813: Mortally wounded while engaged in battle with Royal Navy frigate Shannon, U.S. Captain James Lawrence of the USS Chesapeake
May 15, 1940 – Nylon stockings went on sale for first time in the U.S. They were stronger and& cheaper than silk stockings and
May 1, 1880 – The first issue of the newspaper, Tombstone Epitaph, is published. The owner stated: Every tombstone should have its epitaph. Read more.
April 2,1792: United States began minting the $10 Eagle, $5 half-Eagle, and $2.50 quarter Eagle in gold coins along with minting silver dollars, quarters, dimes,
March 26, 1827: Ludwig van Beethoven died this day in Vienna. March 27, 1860: M.L. Byrn of New York City received a patent for the