August 1976

Volume 27
Issue 5

Features 

No event in the history of Western man provided so profound a shock as the discovery of America

WHERE DID IT GO?

Anonymous

For hoboes, the West was the land of milk and honey, of adventure, scenery, and easy living. A “land stowaway” hopped the first transcontinental train, and for six more decades they rode the rails

Eleventh in a series of paintings for AMERICAN HERITAGE

IN ALL THE PACK, DAN COAKLEY DESERVED TO BE CALLED

How the Generals Viewed the Indians

Soujourner Truth's mission was “testifyin’ concerning the wickedness of this ‘ere people.”

Anonymous
August 1976

Departments 

POSTSCRIPTS TO HISTORY