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Table of Contents - April 2013

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Family tragedy prompted young Teddy Roosevelt to answer the call of the wild West and shaped the man who would be president
by H.W. Brands

Supremely Gothic
A phantasmagorical house in Connecticut was once America's capital of patriotic display
by William L. Hamilton

Lincoln's Feisty Foil: Thaddeus Stevens
The abolitionist immortalized by Spielberg fought even harder for black rights after Lincoln died
by Peter Carlson

Mind of a Conquistador
Hernando de Soto's insatiable hunger for glory proved to be his downfall when he set out to conquer La Florida in 1539
by David Ewing Duncan

Grand Theft History
Con artists who pilfer priceless documents and artifacts from public archives and libraries cheat us out of our heritage
by Michael G. Williams

Super Storm
A battle-tested humanitarian chronicles a perilous river quest during the Great Flood of 1884
by Clara Barton



Archaeologists hit paydirt on eve of Battle of Fredericksburg sesquicentennial; crystals add millions of years to age of Grand Canyon; New Orleans digitizes colonial documents; Marvel unleashes zombie presidents

The Big Picture
America's busy bees

We've Been Here Before
Like David Petraeus, Alexander Hamilton fell for a comely lady

The First
Chain restaurant

The Gross Clinic

Hermann Göring (and his lion) preen for Charles Lindbergh

Economic historian Michael Lind reveals how America can remain a Land of Promise

Letter From American History
Stolen treasures

Joseph P. Kennedy is The Patriarch; interstate highways provide a perfect escape route for a Killer on the Road; civil rights–era chronicler Taylor Branch relives The King Years

From America's Attic


One Response to “Table of Contents - April 2013”

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    Frances Jones says:

    Do you have information on submissions?
    I have a 16,000 word article about the three men and a ranch family who, working without knowledge of each other, discovered Jean Baptiste Charbonneau's grave in the 1960s. (Jean Baptiste was the baby born to Sacagawea and Toussaint Charbonneau in 1804 and was part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.)
    This grave's discovery undid an accepted myth about Charbonneu's life and character as well as establishing his burial site as a national monument. Frances

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