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Snuff ‘n Sniff

Jun 6 2010
Cities as olfactory factories and what, historically, humans have thought and done about it. [...] »

The Auto Industry Goes to War

Jun 6 2010
Domestic automotive manufacturing took a back seat to military transport needs in World War II. [...] »

Stonewall Jackson and the Battle of Chancellorsville

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The Confederate battle plan at Chancellorsville was extraordinarily daring and risky. [...] »

Refugees from the American Revolutionary War

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Neighbor against neighbor, brother against brother, father against son. [...] »

Forebears’ Furniture

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How would a 1790 Pennsylvania farmhouse have been furnished? [...] »

A Clear Shot across the Continent

Apr 4 2010
President Polk, the fortunes of war, territory, and the ever-present compromises of history. [...] »

Tips to Trappers

Apr 4 2010
What do Sears Roebuck, farming, advertising, furs, and rural America have in common? [...] »

Reagan's "Rising Tide"

Apr 4 2010
Economic policy during the Reagan Administration [...] »

Deserters in the Civil War

Apr 4 2010
What happened to Civil War deserters after they deserted? [...] »

True Americans in the Cold War

Apr 4 2010
Looking for the Red in the Red, White, and Blue? [...] »

 
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