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Badly disguised as Indians, a rowdy group of patriotic vandals kicked a revolution into motion
"Whom can we trust now?" cried out General Washington when he discovered his friend's "villainous perfidy."
The Lost Story of Revolutionary War POW's
Skillful money-juggling by America’s first financier aided the new nation but led Morris himself to utter ruin
The 70-year-old statesman lived the high life in Paris and pulled off a diplomatic miracle
Cursed by ancestry, beset by forces he could not grasp, George III is usually remembered as the ogre of Jefferson's Declaration. An eminent English historian reassesses that strange and pathetic personality