Malcom X Home Site and Occupancies accross the USA

On May 19, 1925, Malcolm X (born Malcolm Little) was born in a now-demolished house on this site. As a civil rights leader he advocated racial separatism over integration and the legitimacy of violence in self-defense. He also championed the beauty and worth of blackness and black Americans’ African past. A group is trying to Read More

John Adams Peace Field Home, Quincy, Massachusetts

Peacefield, also called Peace field or Old House, is a historic home formerly owned by the Adams family of Quincy, Massachusetts. It was the home of United States founding father and U.S. president John Adams and First Lady Abigail Adams, and of U.S. president John Quincy Adams and his First Lady, Louisa Adams. It is now part of the Adams National Historical Park. The Stone Library requested by John Quincy Adams Read More

Dr. Seuss Childhood Home, Springfield, Massachusetts

Theodor Seuss “Ted” Geisel (/suːs ˈɡaɪzəl, zɔɪs -/ (listen);[2][3][4] March 2, 1904 – September 24, 1991)[5] was an American children’s author, political cartoonist, illustrator, poet, animator, screenwriter, and filmmaker. He is known for his work writing and illustrating more than 60 books under the pen name Dr. Seuss (/suːs, zuːs/,[4][6]). His work includes many of the most popular children’s books of all time, selling over 600 million copies Read More

John F. Kennedy’s Birthplace, Brookline, Massachusetts

John F. Kennedy’s birthplace, a National Historic Site at 83 Beals St. in Brookline, Mass. In 1914, soon after they were married, Joseph and Rose Kennedy moved into the nine-room Colonial house. Those who visit the house can still see the bassinet where John slept as a baby, along with the piano he played as Read More