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Chicago Tribune reporterThe North strikes back. After the debacle at the First Battle of Bull Run in July 1861, the Union needed a decisive victory. It had to wait awhile, but the two-part victory finally came Feb. 6 at Fort Henry on the Tennessee River and on Feb. 16 just a few...
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Did you know there is a vice president of the United States buried in South Bend's oldest cemetery? Or that there are two revolutionary war soldiers buried there as well? South Bend City Cemetery dates back to 1832 and holds fascinating stories of...
Special to Tribune newspapersA Disposition to Be Rich How a Small-Town Pastor's Son Ruined an American President, Brought on a Wall Street Crash, and Made Himself the Best-Hated Man in the United States Geoffrey C. Ward Alfred A. Knopf: 415 pp., $28.95. In 1863, the young...
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Abraham Lincoln i/¿e¿br¿hæm ¿l¿¿k¿n/ (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was the 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. He successfully led his country through a great constitutional,...
Daily American CorrespondentWith warm hospitality in the air, the 65th annual Pennsylvania Maple Festival in Meyersdale will open its doors this Saturday all over town for visitors from near and far. From Festival Park to the pancake house to the quilt show and the pageant at the...
WGN NewsMany Americans may not know it, but Cairo, Illinois - the small town at the southernmost tip of the state – played a key role in the Civil War and the rise of the man who would become the 18th president of the United States. Cairo was home to Fort...
Carlos Moorhead's death last week marked the end of an era. Amiable and gracious, as a congressman, Moorhead always was concerned with the welfare of his constituents. He was the epitome of across-the-aisle mediation and reconciliation. He looked for...
email@example.comDuring the wee morning hours of Sept. 17, 1862, there were stars still in the sky when the first shots were fired near the creek that would bear the Civil War battle’s name. Nearly 12 hours later, 23,110 soldiers would be killed, wounded or...
24 FramesMeryl Streep's efforts to get a National Women's History Museum built in Washington, D.C....
Pop & HissPresident Obama sang the blues on Tuesday with B.B. King, Mick Jagger and Buddy Guy for a White House blues concert. The President is one of many chief executives who have shown their musical talents in office....
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