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Sandra Day O’Connor still has a lot of work to do. The first woman on the United States Supreme Court who recently described herself as “a retired cowgirl” continues to...
Dawn brought “mother of pearl” skies to...
The Filibuster King: The Strange Career of William Walker, the Most Dangerous International Criminal of the Nineteenth Century
On November 8, 1855, on the central plaza of the Nicaraguan city of Granada, a line of riflemen shot General Ponciano Corral, the senior general of the Conservative government....
Just hours before John F. Kennedy was to deliver one of the most important speeches of the 1960 presidential campaign in Houston, Texas, the Massachusetts...
Blaming Wall Street for the nation’s economic woes is not a new idea in American history. Over a...
Glossary Term – Event
Gen. Sam Houston’s troops defeated the Mexican Army and captured Santa Anna, forcing him to recognize Texas independence.