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Jacksonville Women's History: Attorneys

Did you know Florida’s first female attorneys have a Jacksonville connection? These pioneering female leaders blazed a trail for future women in Florida, like Janet Reno, one of Florida’s most famous female attorneys and the first female Attorney General of the United States. Read More

Remembering the Atlantic & East Coast Terminal Railroad

Six decades after shutting down, Detroit’s Packard Plant is being revived with new tenants and tours of the former auto assembly plant. In Seattle, the ruins of a gasification plant built in 1906 anchors one of the most popular public spaces in city. Taking the globe by storm, industrial tourism can be defined as visits to sites which showcase a particular type of expertise from the past, present or future to the general public. Read More

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