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Accounting and rural rehabilitation in New Deal America: A Critical Review

Walker’s (2014) paper about Accounting and Rural Rehabilitation in New Deal USA draws on ‘new historical accounting’ approach elucidating of how accounting could change social behaviour and facilitate social betterment. 1,892 more words


History of America's One Percent - Episode #19

In this podcast series we dive into the long and shadowy history of America’s ruling elite through the works of authors who were either silenced, suppressed, or forgotten, to discover the origins of the 1% and from where their power and wealth was, and still is, extracted. 567 more words

History Of Americas One Percent

Cougar Tales Part Two

Grandpa Stuart’s Cougar Tales

as told by Grandma Williams (my mom,) and me

During the years my mom was growing up, not only did Grandpa Stuart, her daddy, work for Pepsi Cola, have two bands, (The Sagebrush Rambler’s and Tommy Stuart’s Lucky Five,) and his own radio program, he also had the only sawmill in Twin Falls, Idaho for many years. 1,478 more words

The Story Corner

Video- America: The Story of Us

Welcome to my blog! After contemplating where to start, I figured I’d start with a resource that has benefited me throughout the year.

The History Channel is a great resource for the classroom! 212 more words

American History

Heber & Caroline A Love Story - Letter 6 - 5/20/1924

When our mother passed away I was going through her things and found a stack of letters written by my maternal grandfather Heber to my maternal grandmother Caroline (aka Carrie). 323 more words


Spud Manning

Only six years had passed from Lindbergh’s Atlantic flight, when Chum won the cross-country Darkness Derby in October of 1933. Public wonder and oodles of press coverage followed aviators across the country, and around the world. 439 more words


Vein of Iron pulses with unsentimental goodness

The Fincastle family of Ironside is what, in the early 1900s was referred to as “salt of the earth folks.”

Poor, hardworking, highly principled, they can be counted on to tend the sick, comfort the dying, stick up for the outcast. 183 more words

Social Criticism