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The Assassination Attempt On Andrew Jackson
2017-03-20 14:13
Andrew Jackson Political assassination has been around since Biblical times, if not longer. Andrew Jackson: Public Figure General Andrew Jackson was the ideal image of “The Hero.&rdquo&hell…Read More
Montgomery Meigs: Civil War Quartermaster
2017-03-13 11:36
Brigadier General Montgomery C. Meigs The United States Army in April, 1861 On the eve of the Civil War, the regular United States Army consisted of 16,000 soldiers, most of which were deplo… Read More
Julia Grant’s Eyes: A Love Story
2017-02-20 14:43
  Julia Dent Grant seldom was photographed – and then, only in profile. Julia Dent Grant was born with an eye condition medically called strabismus. People called “cross-eye… Read More
Dolley Madison’s Merry Party
2017-02-13 13:49
James and Dolley Madison The position of Secretary of State is the country’s premier diplomatic post. James Madison and the Merrys British Ambassador (modern term) Anthony Merry Anthon… Read More
Robert Lincoln’s Secret Trip
2017-02-06 14:03
Robert Todd Lincoln was a private man who assiduously shunned the spotlight. Robert T. Lincoln: 1865 Robert Lincoln, the son of Abraham Lincoln, had neither of his parents’ outgoing p… Read More
Benjamin Harrison And The Body Snatchers
2017-01-30 15:59
Grave robbing, and its cousin, body snatching has been around since antiquity. Grave Robbers and Body Snatchers Archaeologists always sigh at the amount of priceless treasure and artifacts a… Read More
William McKinley And Czolgosz The Assassin
2017-01-23 16:50
McKinley was a popular President, and easily won reelection in 1900. William McKinley was one of the best liked Presidents. Why would anyone want to kill him? William McKinley, the Popular… Read More
Mrs. Coolidge And Baseball: A Love Affair
2017-01-16 15:56
President and Mrs. Coolidge at a Washington Senators game. Calvin Coolidge liked baseball so-so. But First Lady Grace Coolidge was a enthusiastic fan! Coolidge the Indifferent Sport Calvin… Read More
Robert E. Lee At The Crossroads
2017-01-09 16:16
  General Lee and Traveler. April 9, 1865 was only the beginning of a difficult time in the life of Robert E. Lee. The Surrender It was a horrible day for General Robert E. Lee (1807-1… Read More

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