Was One of the Early Republic's Most Hated Newspaper Publishers James Thomson Callender Murdered by a Powerful Group of Lawyers and Newspapermen with…
How President James Madison's Nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court Failed, Failed and Failed Again
How the Author of the Article Abolishing Connecticut's State Supported Church Won One of the Early Nation's Most Colorful Libel Cases
How the Debate to Treat Yellow Fever in 18th Century Philadelphia Turned Political and Violent
How a Harrowing Night Aboard a Lifeboat Led to the Titanic's First Wedding Proposal and Marriage
How a Long Forgotten Column By Civil War Historian Bruce Catton Originated Kennedy's Famous Campaign Slogan
Was Missing American Founder John Lansing, Jr. Murdered or Did He Commit Suicide? An Old Newspaper Account and New Clues Could Indicate the Latter
How a Fire at the U.S. Treasury Sparked the Nation's First Conspiracy Theory
Sexual Encounters Among Nurses and Patients Amid Pandemic Not Without Historical Precedent
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