This month’s issue of Digging History Magazine is out and available for sale — or better yet, start your subscription with this “Road Trip!” issue.  Articles include:

  • On a Whim and a Bet:  America’s First Coast-to-Coast Automobile Trip
  • Rolling Along in an Automobile:  America’s Love Affair with the Family Road Trip
  • The Great Race of 1908:  New York to Paris (via Alaska and Siberia)
  • Victorian Pastimes:  Girdling the Globe
  • Victorian Fashion:  Bicycles, Bloomers and Suffrage
  • Appalachian Histories & Mysteries:  Edith Bolling Wilson – Virginia’s Ninth President
  • Genealogical Head-Scratcher:  Stumbling Across Hidden Cousins
  • Are Emerging Technology and Shifting Societal Norms Changing the Rules of Genealogical Research?
  • Ghost Towns of the Mother Road
  • Nineteenth Century Rainmaking: Part I
  • The Dash:  Henry P. Ewing, Blind Miner

Summer is just around the corner (at least when the calendar says it’s summer!).  Be safe out there!

Sharon Hall, Publisher and Editor, Digging History Magazine