When the first African-Americans to crew a U.S. warship sailed into the war-tossed North Atlantic, they couldn't have known it would take fifty years to gain honor in their own country
Although a draw, the fight between the Monitor and Virginia decisively ushered in the modern era
After a century and a half, the warship that changed the world is back
A TALE OF PERIL, COURAGE, and gross ingratitude on the old China station
Eighth in a series of paintings for AMERICAN HERITAGE
A lonely, gallant battle fought by the designer of our flag set the stage for Andrew Jackson's victory at New Orleans.
Long after the Civil War was over, the Shenandoah’s die-hard skipper was still sinking Yankee ships
Andrew Jackson won a stunning victory over a veteran British army that would eventually propel him to the White House