Pioneer farmers had neither wood nor brick to build with, but there sure was plenty of good earth
Harriet Beecher Stowe, an extraordinary member of an extraordinary family, always claimed that God wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Courageous and resourceful, the Marquis was bred for better things than defeat at the hands of rebellious provincials.
Pried loose from a furious Great Britain to meet a tragic death in the New World, this huge elephant made a fortune for his owner, delighted millions, and added a new superlative to our language
"Billy" Durant typified the courage of American business. He was charismatic, arbitrary and impenetrable.
Why study the Classics, anyway?
An English artist recaptures on canvas the American ships that once ruled the seas