Now in its third season, PBS’s “Poetry in America,” centers on one iconic American poem each episode
Alexander Augusta swam forward against waves of racism to become the United State Army's first Black surgeon
Until his death, Union General Robert H. Milroy never stopped trying to redeem his reputation, badly scarred in defeat at Second Winchester
Lincoln, Sherman hoped to leverage government unrest in Richmond and Georgia to secure an early peace deal after Atlanta fell
The statue gained national attention in recent years, with comedian John Oliver saying it looked “like if a nickel did cocaine"
Grant adopted an ambitious plan to reduce by half the 60 miles of treacherous, rain-gutted roads from the Union supply center at Bridgeport, Ala., to Chattanooga by establishing a new route
Years of research reveal the fascinating story of a Union bugler
John Rawlins may be the most important Union officer you have never heard of
Why exactly was Robert E. Lee so opposed to sending help to Mississippi in 1863?
George B. McClellan is accused of character defects and mental illness for his religious beliefs. But those views were not unique
Personality clash between fiery Rebel commanders comes to a head during the trek to Gettysburg