HISTORY

Read incredible stories of the places, people and events that tell our STORY.

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Our St. Louis HiSTORY research services, exhibits and events.

EVENTS

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Using a company’s history as a leadership tool has shown to be creative and effective in instances of special events, mergers and anniversary commemorations. As a leader strives to get people working together more productively, communicating the history of the enterprise can instill a sense of identity and purpose and suggest the goals that will resonate.

 

A shared history is a large part of what binds individuals into a community and imbues a group with a distinct identity.  A history with a narrative thread also helps people understand what is happening around them. Discovering or rediscovering the story, picking up the thread, reminding ourselves where we stand, where we have been and where we are going – these are as important for groups as for individuals. 

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ROOTED IN HiSTORY,

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In providing innovative tools for learning and sharing cultural and ancestral stories we encourage

the St. Louis community to connect with their neighbors and take pride in the history of our town. 

Our St. Louis HiSTORY, LLC programs are inter-related and work toward the same goal of community, social and economic empowerment.

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       I am deeply inspired by the love and compassion of the St. Louis community of 1879....

My THEN & NOW collabs with the photographers

Emil Boehl (1800s),

Richard W. Lemen (1900s) and

Charle...

During the Industrial Revolution of the 1800s, many families were living in impoverished conditions...

View of St. Louis from Illinois, with Big Mound in the background (right)

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DID YOU KNOW? The Eads Bridge Was Originally Supposed To Have Statues On It?...

If you go, bring tissues.....

Bring respect...

Bring a chainsaw.

Be prepared....

 Inspired by photographers

Emil Boehl (1800s),

Richard W. Lemen (1900s)

and

Charles "Charley" Clemen...

"Murder Capital of America"

I hate this moniker. Our children live there....

According to Nathan B. Young (founder of St. Louis American) the song (and movie) "Frankie and Johnn...

Bloody Island, just across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, became a permanent part of the Illi...

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