Ever wonder what professional historians read in their down time?
Lincoln Presidential Library owns a piece of rope used in the execution of the people who conspired to assassinate Abraham Lincoln.
One champion of racial equality visits the home of another.
After four years of bloodshed, the leader of the nation still felt a need for reconciliation.
Politics were as unpredictable in the 19th century as they are today.
Volunteers are what make the museum run smoothly.
Stunning visitors for over 15 years, the ALPLM continues a tradition of excellent theatrical production.
Tragedy strikes in what had been the heart of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
From baseball to boxing, Comiskey Park's history is as varied as it is legendary.
Weathering a storm of blood and lead, one man earns his place in history among the din of battle.