The city of Auburn, N.Y., has a variety of attractions illuminating Harriet Tubman’s life after the Underground Railroad, and this year it is celebrating the bicentennial of her birth with a series of special events expected to last through September.
President Ulysses S. Grant signed the Yellowstone National Park Protection Act on March 1 1872, setting aside one of the world’s largest nearly intact natural ecosystems for the “benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations,” according to the park.
One in four American adults live with a disability, and 60% have at least one chronic illness. As travel continues to ramp up, more people will have questions about how to navigate it with their circumstances.
80 percent of North Americans can't see the Milky Way over their home. Some studies and sentiment surveys show dark skies are increasingly becoming a factor of consideration for people when planning trips.