Newspaper ads from occupied New York illumine Revolutionary War loyalties
Military science was very rigid in the 1600’s. It quickly changed when Americans began to fight Indians
Calling millions to repentance, Moody and Sankey devised a new method of spreading the gospel
Never before printed, the headquarters record of the British conqueror of New York illuminates crucial events of the American Revolution.
Not until the Civil War was about over did the U.S. Navy manage to put a halt to the South’s imports
Henry Cabot Lodge was a public man in the old sense—one who was often wrong but never evil
Quaint pictures and a grim story tell of prejudice and mob passion in upstate New York of the 1840’s
Stalwart as he was, the general was often ill. A doctor studies his record and notes shortcomings in Eighteenth-Century medical care.
An unpublished story from the files of the Oral History Project