Thomas Morton liked the lush country, the Indians liked Thomas—and the stern Puritans cared little for either
Mary Rowlandson, captured by Indians in 1676 and marched into the “vast and howling Wilderness”, survived to write the first and perhaps most powerful example of the captivity narrative
A rare survivor of New England’s earliest days testifies to the strength that forged a nation
Up until the last century in some parts of the country, a murderer’s guilt could legally be determined by what happened when he or she touched the victim’s corpse
Many a book, a magazine, a play, a movie, has been banned in Boston. But Christmas?
Roger Williams liked Indians and almost everyone else, and he founded a colony that gave our freedom a broader horizon