The Lenape chief Tamanend was a trusted negotiator and brought peace to the Delaware Valley for 70 years
Known in official reports as Redoubt H, it was a key part of the Union’s plan to push the Confederate army to the breaking point.
A look at the work of Joseph Henry Sharp, a founding member of the preeminent Taos Society of Artists
Separated from Southern-sympathizing Manhattan, Brooklyn had one of the largest and most politically aware Black communities in the U.S.
First manufactured in Austria, the Lorenz rifle-musket was the third most widely used rifle in the Civil War.