In the years before the American Revolution, pioneers crossed the mountains and began settling in Trans-Appalachia
Huey Long and the Populist uprising that conquered Louisiana
A book review of Gordon S. Wood’s Empire of Liberty: A History of the Early Republic, 1789-1815
Charlottesville will celebrate the arrival of the Union Army in 1865 instead
Slavery, Civil War and the Politics of Identity in Missouri
Ex-Confederate President Jefferson Davis was welcomed in Canada as a fallen hero
In opposing the Federal Elections Bill of 1890, Sen. Zebulon Vance bitterly recounts the experience of Reconstruction in North Carolina
What did we win in the Second World War?
Once upon a time, American Nationalism collapsed in the South
Mississippi seceded from the Union to protect a government based on equality of rights secured to White men in equal sovereign states
The 1622 massacre of English settlers in Jamestown in a surprise attack was America’s first race war and decisively shaped Southern attitudes toward American Indians
The Virginia SCV isn’t worth a bucket of spit
We will rid the world of evil doers!
The 1622 massacre in Jamestown