Despite intense suffering, the former president faced death with courage and strength of character
‘When You’re in the Middle of a Revolution but the Beat is Pure Fire’: The History of ‘The Spirit of ’76’ Meme
In what was once dubbed the world’s “…most inspiring patriotic painting” "The Spirit of '76” has enthralled a new generation — this time as a meme
Of the opening night cast, only James Madison maintained confidence in the success of the new nation
Dredged Up From the Past: Three Cannons — Likely from the Revolutionary War — Found in Savannah River
"It could (tell) a part of the story of Savannah that has not been looked at in a very long time"
The Americans won because the King's best strategist guessed wrong about where Washington and his allies would fight
Once associated with Prussian hussars, the Totenkopf is now a symbol of the evils of the Nazi regime
‘White House Designer and Builder James Hoban’ Celebrates the Son of Eire Who Built America’s Most Famous House
A Kilkenny farmer's son executed America's most revered neoclassical building and rebuilt it after British invasion
"Vietnam veterans hold a special place in the hearts of DAR members, because we recognize they were never properly thanked when they returned home from the war."
It took a century and a half and the tireless work of dissenting Friends to create the first White-dominated antislavery movement
A wooden chest, a breeches pocket, and a year-old fight over a seat in Congress
Men on dating apps take note; an opening line of “hey” just doesn't cut it anymore
The Empire State inherited a huge hunk of its soul from the Netherlands
Before antibiotics, tuberculosis was a leading cause of death, a national fixation, and the scourge of artists