Articles with keyword "Civil War"
A legacy of community and dedication continues at a college in Kentucky.
Review in Harrisburg was a capital idea.
Non-Indiana Jones-style archaeology takes a bow in southern Virginia.
After much debate, not a little anguish, and defining of terms, Park Service confirmed site of hostilities between Indians and soldiers
Exact location of Sand Creek conflict had gone missing
Through humor, Winslow Homer learned to tap into the subtleties of the Gilded Age.
Historian Drew Gilpin Faust and Chairman Sheldon Hackney discuss how the Civil War changed Southern women.
Images of a farmland divided by the Civil War come to life on the Internet.
An upcoming series tells how Africans made their mark on America from slavery to abolition.
Historian Adele Logan Alexander talks with NEH Chairman William R. Ferris about the rise of a resolute African American family and its service to the nation.