Editor David Thomas presents Vol. 6 of papers related to the shocking 1896 murders of New Mexico attorney Fountain and his young son
Miguel González-Quiroga describes the interconnections that developed between southern Texas and northeastern Mexico through the mid-19th century
‘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
History often recounts successful covert actions, but historian Vince Houghton spins a new perspective—failed plots built on the ridiculous
Author Barnes Carr examines Washington's secret attempts to topple Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin's regime
Drawing on his own translations, author Kevin H. Siepel chronicles the escapades of famous Spanish Colonizers.
This intriguing title explores the impact of logistics on three centuries of armed conflict and focuses on the siege of Khe Sanh