June/July 2006

Volume 57
Issue 3


It came out of a Brooklyn hospital and in very few years changed not only what Americans drink but how they see themselves.

Her son had her committed. She said it was so he could get his hands on her money. Now, 130 years after this bitter and controversial drama, a trove of letters—long believed destroyed—sheds new light on it.

The creator of the immensely popular new Western discusses what makes it truly new.

Suppose they could go on "Meet The Press"...

June/July 2006


History Happened Here

History Now

In the News

My Brush With History

Time Machine