By sacrificing the 1st and 11th Corps, the doomed Union general gave Meade the edge he needed in July 2-3 fighting
Skycranes provided a vital service during the war, and served with the U.S. Army Reserves for several decades
Mexican-Americans' brave stand against city politicians, the Catholic Church, and the police changed labor history
A half-century after the war, old soldiers banded together to share their stories and honor their comrades
Civil War buffs descend on small Georgia town for part-country fair, part history lesson
The military decisions made across presidencies had some sound strategic and ethical foundations, yet there are also morally troubling aspects.
One of the main crops at Plimoth Plantation was historical fiction
Self-taught tinkerer used punch-card machine that created textile patterns to create an early computer