Six soldiers from the Franco-Prussian War received a burial 150 years after they died, thanks to French and German authorities and an accidental discovery
Norton I, Emperor of the United States, was San Francisco's favorite benign fraudster
But the Eighth Kansas's spirited charge helped the Army of the Cumberland take the heights
Diligent research reveals the true identity of General John Reynolds' mysterious fiancée
A feisty Southern chaplain takes on 'Little Phil,' a fellow Catholic, to escape from Yankee captivity
LEAVE THEM STANDING: Confederate monuments must remain at Gettysburg to help interpret the Civil War’s causes and consequences
Prominent historian Gary W. Gallagher argues how Confederate monuments on the Gettysburg battlefield can serve as invaluable teaching tools.
U.S. Navy brought situation on itself by granting captains "letters of marque" to harass Spanish ships