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Save the Glover House! | Spring 2024 (Volume: 69, Issue: 2)

We can’t let the home of one of the great heroes of the American Revolution be demolished.

Women March for the Vote | Spring 2024 (Volume: 69, Issue: 2)

The grand parade of suffragettes in 1913 was a turning point in women's struggle for the right to vote, despite the abuse by thousands of men who blocked their route.

The farmhouse of General John Glover, one of the great heroes of the American Revolution, is scheduled to be demolished after July 1, 2024.

John Glover and the men of Marblehead saved the Continental Army several times, and then helped it cross the Delaware to victory at Trenton and Princeton.

Caught between his campaign for president and his duties as governor, FDR navigated political pressures to force the resignation of New York City’s corrupt mayor, Jimmy Walker.

Our nation is free because 250 years ago, brave men and women fought a war to establish the independence of the United States and created a system of government to protect the freedom of its citizens.

The Mystery of Henry Wallace | Spring 2024 (Volume: 69, Issue: 2)

Many historians and the author of a recent book have seriously misjudged the influential former vice president and cabinet secretary.

In “the cradle of the American Revolution,” loyalists to the Crown faced a harsh choice: live with terrible abuse where they were, or flee to friendlier, but alien regions.

The dumping of tons of tea in protest set the stage for the American Revolution and was a window on the culture and attitudes of the time.

Holt helped create PBS and National Public Radio before becoming chairman of American Heritage.

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