Or, That Time When Risking Total Obliteration Was Supposed to Keep us Safe
A while back, I ran across the item-level inventory of Benjamin Douglas’s library in his 1775 probate record. It included no fewer than 60 titles, many…
An item from my collection.
This is April's newsletter (really).
Historical Notions #3
Crime and the Press in the 19th Century
Surprises from the United Workers of Norwich (CT)
Being some ramblings about a Civil War letter and a World War II photograph
Greetings, patient subscribers! No doubt many of you have forgotten you subscribed at all. A few may be puzzled to receive this from Substack; you…