Articles with keyword "United States"
His own life was one of contradictions, and he revealed both the good and evil in all his characters.
Calamity Jane spit, gambled, and dressed like a man and became a Western legend.
Willa Cather in the Desert: Where She Learned What Truly Mattered and Found Material for The Song of the Lark
Walnut Canyon in Arizona was the inspiration for key scenes in Cather's 1915 novel.
In the nineteenth century, making scrapbooks wasn't just for the hoi polloi. Celebrities like Mark Twain clipped and pasted, too.
The Peabody celebrates a tradition of innovation.
Local aesthetic caught eye of national retailers.
Non-Indiana Jones-style archaeology takes a bow in southern Virginia.
President Lincoln, shot on Good Friday, was dead on Saturday, and mourned throughout the country on Easter Sunday, 1865.
Industrial Revolution made space for playthings for children.