The memoirs of Civil War correspondent SYLVANUS CADWALLADER were recently discovered and edited by Lincoln biographer Benjamin Thomas
General Grant escapes the swamps and a War Department move to relieve him of command
Matthew Lyon did not like John Adams, and insisted on his right to say so. He spent months in jail but he could not be silenced.
Most terrible steamboat disaster in history, probably, was the loss of the Sultana in 1865. Some 1,700 returning Union veterans died—yet the tragedy got very few headlines.
A recently discovered sketchbook of Lewis Miller
A thoughtful discussion of the men who contributed the most to what is now the dominant political pattern
Aided by certain residents of South Carolina, Colonel Moultrie built a fort, beat a British fleet, and started an enduring legend of valor
•“Three Years with Grant”•
How the Saskatchewan-Montana prairie country looked a generation ago, and what it meant to a youngster who lived there