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Articles with keyword "history"

Detail of La Mulata, a painting attributed to Velázquez.

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Hannah, Andrew Jackson's Slave

A favorite of Old Hickory, she made him seem kinder than he was. Why?

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"Hotter than the Bloomin' Hobs of Hell"

Historically, iron foundries could fire the imagination or soothe the visual palate.

Portrait of Martha Jefferson Randolph

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Impertinent Questions with Cynthia A. Kierner

On the devoted oldest daughter of Thomas Jefferson.

"I ask no quarter and I fear no foe." —William Goebel, 1899

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The Late Governor Goebel

Governor Goebel: He fought, killed, and was killed.

Chinese commemorative stamp for Go.

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Go Figure

In talking about their national game, Chinese reveal world views, personal philosophies, and notions of other lands and peoples.

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Perspectives

The new chairman talks about what art means to history and what he sees ahead for the Endowment.

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"Every Book is a New Journey"

The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian talks with Chairman Bruce Cole about the delights of discovering history.

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The Inaugural Heroes of History Lecture

Robert V. Remini speaks about the nation's founders.

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The Unknown Cold War

Top-secret documents provide a glimpse behind the Iron Curtain.

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History in a Democratic Age

Historian John Lukacs talks with Chairman Bruce Cole about world figures who shaped the last century.