When political parties' fight for power turns violent, the only man capable of restoring order was the defender of Little Round Top
Mary Todd Lincoln's closest confidante was a seamstress born in slavery
House Homeland Security Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.), cited the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871 to pursue legal action aimed at those who participated in the January 6 attack on the Capitol
The Billinghurst Requa Battery, a breechloading gun, consisted of 25 horizontally arrayed barrels and required a crew of three to work it.
As Grant focused on taking Vicksburg, he found compassion to combat a contraband crisis
Gen. Lee’s Statue to be Removed from the Capitol—One Historian Argues Gen. Marshall Should Replace Him
"If anyone should be standing at the elbow of George Washington in the United States Capitol Statuary Hall collection, it should be Marshall.”
‘As He Lived For Others, So Did He Die’: Beloved Union General Israel Richardson Cut Down at Antietam
Confederate shell fire cut down revered Union General Israel Richardson at the Battle of Antietam
What was a bitter George Pickett thinking when he ordered the hanging of Union prisoners at Kinston, N.C., in 1864?