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Bill Baxter (left), Lloyd Tilghman House and Civil War Museum administrator, leads a tour Tuesday through the museum at 631 Kentucky Ave. in Paducah. The... [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]
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Dennis E. Frye, author of nine books, was keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the First Defenders Civil War Roundtable. [Read More]
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Smoke-filled explosions. Musket-wielding men on horseback. Women in long dresses and children playing 200-year-old games.These sights and sounds — and many more — will fill... [Read More]
Even amidst the devastating fury of storms large and larger, the summertime tempest over monuments continues. And while Waco lacks any public monument celebrating Civil... [Read More]
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Ron Dermer, Israel's ambassador to Washington, told a Rosh Hashana event packed with U.S. officials that Israel would enforce two red lines in the civil... [Read More]
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With Democrats rushing to support Bernie Sanders' Medicare-For-All bill, the party's health care policy fight may finally be resolved. Here's a timeline of their long,... [Read More]
Honor and respect the black and the white soldiers who served both sides in the Civil War. The very sidewalks of Fredericksburg and the hundreds... [Read More]
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Moline artist, John Ketner, has been named as the sculptor to replicate the statue made by sculptor Leonard Wells Volk. The soldier will be cast... [Read More]
For as long as people have existed, they've been fighting wars — and singing songs about the experience of people in battle. ... [Read More]
You may be wondering where Thor was during the events of Captain America: Civil War. Well, we now have an answer and it's what we... [Read More]
In the coming weeks, Mayor Levar Stoney's Monument Avenue Commission will address the question of what to do about some of Richmond's Civil War statues.... [Read More]
Lately there has been a lot of debate about whether the statues of Confederate generals should be removed or placed in museums. Personally, I believe... [Read More]
Police now search for whoever defaced a statue of Christopher Columbus in Central Park, in the latest in a recent series of local acts of... [Read More]
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]
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]
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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