August 1971

Volume 22
Issue 5

Features 

One morning Cadet Johnson Whittaker was found battered and bleeding, trussed to his barracks bed. Who had done it, and why?

A Brush with the Law & OTHER OFF-SEASON ADVENTURES, or

Warren took the lead in creating the Massachusetts Provincial Congress. Refusing to leave Boston like the other radical leaders, he died in the fighting on Breed's Hill in 1775

One summer brought excitement and glory to the young secretary of a political leader. How could he know that the next one would brim with tragedy?

Pilgrims and Puritans, naturally, hated the water, but by the turn of the century certain pleasures had been rediscovered

A bitter feud among the bones

The Idaho mine war broke into flame in 1892 and cast a glare with very long shadows

It was a romance in which the statesman found his Head at war with his Heart

Locomotive whistles had a language all their own

August 1971

Departments 

BEFORE THE COLORS FADE

POSTSCRIPTS TO HISTORY