The latest DNA evidence helps to bolster the family’s concerns over Sitting Bull’s final resting place
Today Paul Fairbrook can freely speak about his time at Camp Ritchie, once known only to World War II intelligence analysts and interrogators as "P.O. Box 1142."
A contrarian look at the influences underpinning the famed rock star from Tupelo, Mississippi.
Their Maryland: The Army of Northern Virginia From the Potomac Crossing to Sharpsburg in September 1862, explores in detail the critical second stage of General Robert E. Lee’s 1862 Maryland Campaign
The central paradox: 19th-century Americans’ unshakable belief in their nation’s exceptionalism, despite its status as the world’s largest slave-owning empire
On December 7, 1941, the Japanese launched a surprise attack on the US Naval Base Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, setting off US involvement in WWII.
Hessians earned a scary reputation in America - inspiring the "Headless Horseman" of Sleepy Hollow. But history shows these German soldiers were not so intimidating