October 1973

Volume 24
Issue 6

Features 

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An album of pictures from the days when the Kennedys were parvenus and workingmen demonstrated in derbies

Anonymous

Sure that he was divinely appointed, Nat Turner led fellow slaves in a bloody attempt to overthrow their masters

Fifth in a series of painting for
AMERICAN HERITAGE

Riding to hounds has been as much of a sport among well-to-do Americans as among the British gentry

Anthony Comstock spent a lifetime on a crusade to clean the nation’ Augean stables of smut, vice, and nudity. Sometimes it seems as if he pried in vain

“My God! What are you doing here? You’re supposed to be dead!” the Admiral told Lanikai's skipper when she finally sailed into port

Branded a traitor by the government he once served, John C. Breckinridge ran a perilous race for freedom rather than risk capture by the North

October 1973

Departments 

A LOOK AT THE RECORD

POSTSCRIPTS TO HISTORY

READING, WRITING, AND HISTORY