From America’s most famous folk heroes to beautiful photographs of John F. Kennedy, enjoy All That’s Interesting’s fascinating articles about American history!
The Haymarket Riot And The Bomb That Changed The Labor Movement Forever
The Haymarket Riot started with a single stick of dynamite — and culminated in a wave of paranoia, police injustice, and activism that changed labor laws around the world.
Inside The Keddie Murders: The Confounding Quadruple Homicide At Cabin 28
The case had gone cold some say because of police corruption and a cover-up, but is heating up again now as a new sheriff discovers long-hidden evidence.
The Trail Of Tears: Government-Approved Ethnic Cleansing That Removed 100,000 Native Americans From Their Ancestral Lands
The Trail of Tears refers to the perilous journey of the 'Five Civilized Tribes' of the Southeast who were forced from their ancestral homelands to a designated zone in the west.
13 Epic Super Bowl Commercials That We’re All Still Talking About Years Later
From the dramatic to the hilarious and the flat out weird — these are the commercials we remember best.
The Gunfight At The O.K. Corral: What Really Happened In The Most Iconic Event Of The Wild West
In just 30 seconds, 30 rounds were fired when the tension between a crew of thieving cowboys and vigilante lawmen came to an explosive head in the frontier town of Tombstone, Arizona.
The Osage Reign Of Terror: How A Bigoted Conspiracy Against The Native Americans Led To The FBI’s First Case
In the 1920s, the Osage were among the wealthiest people in the world. But jealousy and bigotry would bring on a startling and barbaric conspiracy to end their success.
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Conjoined Twins
Conjoined twins occur in just one out of every 200,000 live births.
Walk Of Death: The Story Of Howard Unruh And American History’s First Mass Shooting
On Sept. 6, 1949, Howard Unruh killed 13 people in 12 minutes. If he'd had enough bullets, he later said, he would have "killed a thousand."
44 Retro Images Of What Life Was Like In 1980s Los Angeles
There was no shortage of cheap thrills in the 80s — and if you wanted to find them, Los Angeles was the place to be.
$1 Million Penny Found In Young Boy’s Lunch Money Goes To Auction
16-year-old Don Lutes Jr. held on to his discovery for over 7 decades until his death this year. Now, the find is expected to fetch over $1 million.
Jeremy Delle: The Classroom Suicide Of A Texas Teen Made Famous By Pearl Jam
The song describes a despondent and isolated teen. But who was Jeremy Delle, the 15-year-old behind the hit single "Jeremy," really?