Charles A. Dana went wherever he was needed to act as Stanton's spy
A gateway between the North and the South, this transportation hub was coveted territory for commanders on both sides.
American Battlefield Trust and Bowe Stewart Foundation commits to multiyear support
On July 1, 1863, a Union officer's hard-nosed response kept J.E.B. Stuart away from Lee for six hours
The lonely single guys in the Virginia colony paid for female company
On capturing Fort William Henry in 1757, the French commander offered his British prisoners safe passage—but his Indian allies weren’t feeling as magnanimous
Late in the war, General Josiah Gorgas advocated arming slaves to fight
History of the Lone Star State connects the prominent dots and tells stories of the lesser known