My Booking It Through History: First Ladies focus for June was Louisa Catherine Adams, the wife of John Quincy Adams. Learn more about this British born first lady who was the toast of Europe in my new post!
Learn all about our nation's second First Lady - and the first to live in the White House. Abigail Adams was a woman ahead of her time. Read about her life, legacy, and how to walk in her footsteps in my new Booking It Through History: First Ladies post!
It's the first month of my Booking It Through History: First Ladies project, and I'm doing a deep dive into Martha Washington. The original First Lady, Martha set the precedent for all of the first ladies to come. Read about her life, legacy, and how to walk in her footsteps in my blog post!
Headed to the beach for your summer vacation? Be on the lookout for historical sites nearby. Check out my new list of my favorite beachside history!
The Boston Tea Party took place 247 years ago this month, lighting the spark that led to the American Revolution. Read my new review today of the immersive and hands-on museum, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. It's a must-see attraction on any trip to Boston! Photo Credit: Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum