Articles with keyword "Nineteenth century"
Abraham Lincoln's legal papers reveal a surprising cache of sundry clients and dramatic litigation.
Margaret A. Hogan discusses the letters and lives of John and Abigail Adams.
In the manuscript culture of the pre-print age, a lost world of poetry has been rediscovered.
With Henry David Thoreau, winter walks can quickly turn into "frolic gambols."
Philip Lampi's lifelong quest to document elections of the early Republic.
Elizabeth Brown Pryor talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about her dual careers as a historian of antebellum America and a highly decorated diplomat working for the State Department.
Fort Ross on California's rocky coast contained an oasis of Russian refinement.