With malice toward none, with charity for all, the president set the nation to the task of reconciliation and freedom
Jamie Montgomery failed, but his case set a precedent that ended chattel bondage in Scotland 12 years later
The court expanded the Gibbons standard to include labor relations and other activities with even an indirect effect on interstate commerce.
With malice toward none, with charity toward all, the president seeks to binds the wounds of the nation
The Constitution's press freedom guarantor forbids gag laws
Radical Republicans pushed for aggressive military policy, emancipation, and Western expansion
Jesse Owens won a coup in Hitler's Germany, but today's NBA stars kowtow to China
After leading Harlem Hellfighters in battle, renowned band leader lost his life in backstage fracas
The Northwest Territory states were home to thousands of African Americans in the early 1800s
Underground Railroad's "Moses" is portrayed with determination and courage
Coalition of slaveholders and conservative abolitionists offered black Americans a land of 'liberty'