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Silverites, Populists, and the Movement for Free Silver

Oct 10 2011
Why were the people living in rural areas more likely to support "free silver" in 1896 than urban dwellers? [...] »

Andrew Johnson and Impeachment

Sep 9 2011
Determining the path of the Republican party. [...] »

The Memphis Belle

Aug 8 2011
The last operational mission of a venerable World War II airplane. [...] »

Tippecanoe and Walking Canes Too

Aug 8 2011
A family’s oral history intersects with larger events in U.S. history. [...] »

America's Shifting Western Frontier

Aug 8 2011
Go Where, Young Man? [...] »

Slavery in Wyoming

Jul 7 2011
Slavery outside of the South is often overlooked, as is Wyoming history. [...] »

Industrializing Women

Jul 7 2011
Did industrialization result in more women working outside the home or in more women in domestic spheres only? [...] »

U.S. Naval Power, 1775-1815

Jul 7 2011
Believe it or not, the U.S. wasn't always particularly supportive of increasing naval strength. [...] »

John Adams: Great or Not?

Jun 6 2011
What does historical "greatness" mean, anyway? [...] »

American Resistance to a Standing Army

May 5 2011
Americans of the 18th century took a much dimmer view of the institution of a professional army than current views of the U.S. military. [...] »

 
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