Articles with keyword "Philadelphia"
Florida's coast was a deadly place for seventeenth-century castaways.
In the manuscript culture of the pre-print age, a lost world of poetry has been rediscovered.
John Ernst Worrell Keely was, in his own words, “the greatest humbug of the nineteenth century.” The perpetrator of a long-running and remarkably elaborate pseudoscientific scam, Keely convinced numer
The Exhibition Hall at the Wagner Free Institute of Science in Philadelphia, with its original systematic scheme of cherry-wood cabinets dating from the 1880s, provides a rare view of a Victorian scie
George Mason swore he would rather "chop off his right hand" than sign the Constitution.
In the NEH-supported American Nursing: A History of Knowledge, Authority, and the Meaning of Work by Patricia D’Antonio, and published by Johns Hopkins University Press in 2010, we learn of t