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ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Queen Elizabeth Comes to America for History and Horses
May 3, 2007: Queen Elizabeth II visits Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.
Did You Make One of These 7 Back-to-School Shopping Mistakes?
As kids across the country embark on that saddest of journeys back to school after a summer of fun, wondering where all the time went, many parents may be having a similar reaction to the frenzy of back-to-school shopping and where their money went. While getting a child equipped for school is
Tampa Bay Reporter Knew Protester Was Going to Fly to Capitol Building
Ben Montgomery provides insight into Doug Hughes's plan to draw attention to money in politics.
Super Bowl 2015: Crowd-Free Things to Do Instead of Watching the Big Game
While more than 112 million people may be watching the 2015 Super Bowl on Sunday, it may be the perfect time to find some peace and quiet if you're not a football fan and do something else. Here are some ideas of things to do on Sunday that will have fewer crowds and potentially cheaper prices: 1.
The Stunning Fate of the Oldest Time Capsule in the US
The public will have a chance to see fisthand what's inside America's oldest time capsule, which dates back to 1795, before it is buried again. The time capsule will be on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, briefly this year, although no details have been finalized, a spokeswoman for the
Boston Museum Unveils Time Capsule From the Colonial Era
Quite possibly one of the oldest time capsules in America reveals items from the starting years of the nation.
Instant Index: See What Was Unveiled When the Oldest American Time Capsule Was Opened in Boston
tonight. And breaking now, America's oldest time capsule. Unsealed in Boston at this hour. Dating back to 1795. Pieces of history left behind by Paul revere and Sam Adams. Inside, some coins dated that same year, 1795. And this, a mysterious paper, marked with the letter B. What appears to be a
Oldest US Time Capsule Opened
The oldest time capsule discovered in the country that dates back to 1795 was opened Tuesday in Boston as history buffs waited to get a glimpse of items from the nation's infancy. Pamela Hatchfield, head of objects conservation at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, first removed the lid then inspected a
Oldest US Time Capsule to Be Opened
The time capsule was placed in the Massachusetts State House in 1795 by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams.