- Historic Sites
Stalwart as he was, the general was often ill. A doctor studies his record and notes shortcomings in Eighteenth-Century medical care.
Newspaper ads from occupied New York illumine Revolutionary War loyalties
Quaint pictures and a grim story tell of prejudice and mob passion in upstate New York of the 1840’s
Calling millions to repentance, Moody and Sankey devised a new method of spreading the gospel
Never before printed, the headquarters record of the British conqueror of New York illuminates crucial events of the American Revolution.
Henry Cabot Lodge was a public man in the old sense—one who was often wrong but never evil
Not until the Civil War was about over did the U.S. Navy manage to put a halt to the South’s imports