A volunteer battery’s resolve on July 1, 1863, merits more attention. It helped secure the Union victory
Canadian Militia, Regulars, and First Nation Soldiers Beat Off American Invaders Repeatedly in 1812-14
Blunders by U.S. generals and courageous stands handed the country two iconic victories
Films from 2012 are relevant to continuing conceptions of the Civil War
Jack Northrop dreamed big with his futuristic flying wing, but the radical bomber proved too great a technological leap for his company to bridge in the late 1940s.
Marcellus M. Crocker was on his way to high command until a terrible disease ended his military career
Mother Agnes Allison is remembered with an impressive zinc monument on a hilltop above Port Carbon, Pennsylvania
Strangely, wealthy New Yorker had no love for pets or youngsters, just a moral abhorrence for maltreatment of living creatures