Cheyenne Foreman was born and raised in the coal region of Pennsylvania. Growing up, she loved to learn of the food and traditions that were passed down from generations of her Polish ancestors. Her love of history arose from her high school history teacher, who taught her to appreciate the world that came before us, and to have fun while learning it. Cheyenne’s primary area of interest in history is that of the American Civil War, having studied that topic extensively. Currently enrolled at the University of Washington, majoring in microbiology, Cheyenne continues to explore and expand her interests of history in every place she travels to.
Franklin Dorrah Cleckley, the first African American to serve as a justice on the West Virginia Supreme Court, was born on August 1, 1940, in Huntington, West Virginia. His mother was Vivian Wood. After graduating from high school, he attended Anderson College and earned his bachelor’s degree in … Read MoreFranklin D. Cleckley (1940-2017)