Articles with keyword "Civil War Era"
Edward L. Ayers describes how neighboring towns chose opposite sides in the Civil War.
A new film tells how he survived vicissitudes to remain the most loved man of his century.
A glimpse of the young would-be farmer who became a military hero and the president of the United States.
West Virginia's council saves a landmark and finds a new home.
The story of Harriet Jacobs, fugitive slave, author, and relief worker, unfolds in a new book.
A new documentary examines America's struggle to establish racial equality after the Civil War.
There is pleasure to be had in looking to the past for examples of the familiar or near familiar. But one can also look to it for a good blast of the freaky, the strange, and the unrecognizable.
Ken Sullivan stresses the role of the Civil War in the formation of his state.