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Tours of the 1772 Edmund Fowle House: 1-4 p.m. Sept. 17, 28 Marshall St., Watertown. Hosted by the Historical Society of Watertown. Last tour at... [Read More]
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The group trying to restore Rock Island County's monument to its Civil War dead has chosen an artist to re-create the display's weather-damaged statue. [Read More]
War memorabilia and militaria from the Civil War, World War II and the Cold War are in demand. [Read More]
James Carson, Civil War historian and author of the book "Chasing Mosby, Killing Booth," will share the story of North Country men who, as members... [Read More]
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War memorabilia and militaria from the Civil War, World War II and the Cold War are in demand. [Read More]
In 2016, the Washington Post conducted a poll of Native Americans to see if they were offended by the name "Washington Redskins." Surprisingly, 90... [Read More]
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Black Caps caught in a web of civil war and contract disputes after dodging a bomb back in '92. [Read More]
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"Aleppo is in my eyes," says a billboard depicting President Bashar Assad looking out over two men and a boy repaving the main Saadallah al-Jabiri... [Read More]
President-elect Woodrow Wilson, left, and President William Taft laugh on the White House steps before departing together for Wilson's inauguration in March 1913. That year,... [Read More]
"The Vietnam War," a new documentary from Ken Burns, promises to be as riveting as his epics about the Civil War and World War II.... [Read More]
For nearly 20 years, the United States was severely divided by race, and a generational split not seen since the Civil War. [Read More]
Today San Bernardino County Civil War group: The Inland Empire Civil War Round Table meets 6:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of every month except July... [Read More]
Ken Burns had promised himself there would be no more war films. After documentaries on the Civil War and World War II, the filmmaker famous... [Read More]
NEW BRITAIN, Conn.—Matthew Warshauer was lecturing on the Civil War at the Southington Public Library one September a few years ago when he looked outside... [Read More]
A Moline artist has been chosen to make a replacement sculpture for an eroded statue on top of the Rock Island County Civil War Soldiers'... [Read More]
The Cemetery Board of Trustees in Lexington has agreed to accept two Confederate statues in its cemetery. [Read More]
Over the Fourth of July holiday in 1863, the Confederacy lost the two most critical battles of the Civil War. From that point, there was... [Read More]
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Steve Bannon told hedge fund managers and investors in Hong Kong Tuesday that he speaks with President Donald Trump every two to three days, contradicting the... [Read More]
WDRB Media is Louisville's number one source for news, weather, crime, education, sports and traffic information. WDRB covers news from Kentucky and southern Indiana focusing... [Read More]
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