A West Point history professor suggests to prevent a racist future we must understand our racist past.
The first Native American Interior Secretary, media bias, a rejuvenated Penn Station, and inspiration from Dolly (again).
Presidents Day thoughts: extraordinary presidents can come from and be shaped by ordinary places.
Links to 13 articles from the impeachment to people who coronasplain to Mission Control’s restoration.
Articles on the relevance of history, Brexit, steps to save democracy, and a famous Martin D-28.
December is for “Best of…” lists. To celebrate 2020 here are the top 10 posts based on reader views.
The books I read in the year of COVID, Black Lives Matter, and GOP attacks on our democracy.
The richly illustrated “Historic Cities” has a scope sure to interest both practitioners and the merely curious layperson.
Pearl Harbor remains a place and a response fused into our national memories. Hope for our future is grounded in such memories.
The books which have shaped the work of a leader at one of my favorite historic sites.