Known in official reports as Redoubt H, it was a key part of the Union’s plan to push the Confederate army to the breaking point.
A look at the work of Joseph Henry Sharp, a founding member of the preeminent Taos Society of Artists
Separated from Southern-sympathizing Manhattan, Brooklyn had one of the largest and most politically aware Black communities in the U.S.
First manufactured in Austria, the Lorenz rifle-musket was the third most widely used rifle in the Civil War.
The effects of imprisonment on the senses scarred prisoners for the rest of their lives
On the surface, 1941 Oklahoma case was a painful shellacking, but it shocked the country and jumpstarted the civil rights movement
The war forever changed Corporal Robert Bradbury