John Rawlins may be the most important Union officer you have never heard of
Besides his career in statesmanship and governance, eminent New Yorker John Jay fought tooth and nail against the institution of slavery
The 4th Infantry Division, although often overlooked, made key contributions during the battle for Dak To
In her debut memoir, "My Name is Selma," Van de Perre recounts sabotaging the Nazis—and enduring the Holocaust.
Convicted of treason and beheaded on the Führer's order, Harnack was an American at the center of the resistance. So why isn't she better known?
Bass maker Abraham Prescott became a legend making instruments that took music way down
Archaeologists can’t swing a metal detector without getting a hit
Even in death legendary Westerners were dogged by a sordid collection of grave robbers, relic hunters, politicians and lawyers
Facing being pushed out by booming railroad companies, steamboats banked on making the Colorado, a desert river, the Mississippi of the West
Guy Gabaldon’s efforts on both Saipan and Tinian led to the surrender of some 1,500 Japanese troops and civilians