History Chapters

The Story of Us - from the beginning of time to the present - is usually written by "the victors." True-to-life events, however, must include opposing points of view. This collection features stories about people, places and events which go beyond "the already known and obvious."

Years after waste water from PG&E's compressor station at Hinkley, California began to contaminate the area's groundwater, the government ordered ...

Since 1965, PG&E knows their plants are putting harmful chemicals into the environment, but does not admit it for 22 years.

The colonists balk at English rule, laying the groundwork for the revolution and questions about the imposition of laws.

Wallace is found guilty ofhigh treasonand crimes against English civilians and sentenced to death.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer speaks out against Hitlers position on Jews.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer speaks out against Hitler's position on Jews. He believes that to remain silent is wrong; to not act is, in fact, to act.

Greek mythology says that Achilles is half man and half-god; Achilles' only vulnerability is his heel.

Over the years, 50 people confess to Short's murder, but the case remains officially open.

A Swedish judge ensures that Frank is returned to America rather than Italy; using the toilet hatch, Frank escapes from the plane.

Creating rebellious ideas, religious leaders insist that fighting a tyrant is a Christian duty.

In the 19th and early 20th century, women do not have the right to vote but they lead an effort to end the alcohol problem.

In December of 1955, Doyle wins his case, but the laws remain unchanged.

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