Better yet, have the latest stories delivered to your inbox!
Family Heirlooms Have you ever wondered about the history behind your family’s heirlooms? I was always an inquisitive child, constantly questioning […]Read More
Herbert Clark Hoover was the first sitting US President in Virgin Islands history to visit the islands ~ 1931. Thousands came […]Read More
As I was flipping through an old family album, this photograph of an African-American man wearing a captain’s hat and a dark blazer caught my […]Read More
The Karlsruhe was launched in 1927 and carried 635 men including 30 officers. Photo Source: U.S. Naval History & Heritage […]Read More
Off To College In 1953, our mother and her sister graduated from Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic High School. […]Read More
Hundreds of citizens gathered at the Roosevelt Memorial Park to celebrate I am an American Day. The date was May 20, 1945. A […]Read More
From Rt to Lt, Sister Cecelia (Kindergarten teacher, Sister Maria Rose, 1st-grade teacher, Sister Anita Agnes. Far left is Sister […]Read More
At a time when women became teachers, nurses, and housewives, Clara Livingston became an aviatrix! ✈ As a young girl, Clara fell […]Read More
St. Thomas, with its beautiful, commodious harbour and strategic position in the Caribbean, has attracted visitors for hundreds of years! In March […]Read More
In 1987, Leon A. Mawson published his first book, Persecuted and Prosecuted. It was about the life of the Civil Rights leader, Rothschild […]Read More
Have you ever encountered an object from your childhood that you haven’t seen in years, and all of a sudden, […]Read More
You can sign up easily below.