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Articles with keyword "U.S. history"

World War I photo in Egypt

Statement

Connecticut Remembers World War I Through Letters, Diaries, and Other Personal Possessions

Connecticut's citizens preserve memories of World War I

World War I recruiting poster

Feature

World War I Changed America and Transformed Its Role in International Relations

The Library of America's new anthology explores World War I with accounts from people who experienced it.

Ken Burns with camera

Conversation

The Documentarian

Ken Burns talks about filmmaking, race, and the current media environment with NEH Chairman William D. Adams.

Williamsburg today.

Feature

My Own Private Williamsburg

A writer goes in search of W.A.R. Goodwin.

Fox Theatre in Atlanta

Curio

Atlanta, School Teachers, and the History of Race Relations Mix in Summer Workshop

Visits to sites relating to city's Jim Crow past have lasting impact

Paula A. Michaels

IQ

Impertinent Questions with Paula A. Michaels

On the Soviet experiment that became Lamaze.   

Silhouette of George Washington

Feature

How to Be Presidential

George Washington was not born a leader but he carefully made himself into one.

<em>The Apotheosis of Washington</em>

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The Other Jefferson Davis

The U.S. Capitol, as we know it today, would never have existed without Jefferson Davis.