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Letter From American History – December 2012

E Pluribus Unum Could the United States have found a way to coexist with American Indians? In retrospect, the way of life Indians knew for centuries appears to have been doomed from the moment European...
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Table of Contents – October 2012 American History

The October 2012 issue of American History features stories on Thomas Jefferson's real attitudes about slavery, the first U.S. oil boom, the modern architecture of Columbus, Ind., and Harry Truman's crusade to stop corrupt war contractors.
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Table of Contents – August 2012 American History

The August 2012 issue of American History features the story of Brigham Young and his "19th wife," Ann Eliza, who divorced the Mormon Prophet and toured the country speaking out against polygamy. Celebrate the bicentennial of Philadelphia's Academy of Natural Sciences, and travel with John Muir through Alaska's Glacier Bay.
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Table of Contents – June 2012 American History

The June 2012 issue of American History magazine features articles on Light Horse Harry Lee, Abraham Lincoln and the Soldiers Cottage, Frank and Jesse James and a history of veterans benefits.
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Table of Contents – April 2012 American History

FEATURES Titanic Repercussions Understanding the scope and shock value of the Titanic in terms of 9/11 by Verlyn Klinkenborg Power Play We the people have Gouverneur Morris to thank (or curse) for...
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Letter From American History – April 2012

Hands-On History Does a story about a pop star belong in a history magazine? That’s the question some members of our staff raised when Stephen Harrigan, author of the bestselling novel The Gates of the...