Most citizens of the United States are familiar with the role that the integration of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, played in dismantling segregation. Most high school and college U.S. History classes cover the story of the Little…

Chopping firewood might not seem like a fun closing activity for most school students today, but for John Mosely, it was neither a punishment nor a chore. It was one of the highlights of his school day. Mosely, a student at the all-black Jackson…

In 1878, Karle Wilson Baker was born to William Thomas Murphey and Kate Florence (Montgomery) Wilson in Little Rock, Arkansas. She attended the University of Chicago, Columbia University, and the University of California at Berkeley. Still, the only…