Kateri Tekakwitha shunned marriage and expressed her faith with mortification
Black and Native American soldiers outnumbered whites in overlooked July 1863 clash in what is now Oklahoma
A bitter feud between Generals John Gibbon and Joshua Owen, opposites in every regard, roiled the Army of the Potomac during the war. One would pay a dear price.
Robert Watt suggests Victorio was too successful, so much so as to cast embarrassing reflections on the U.S. Army