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Throwback Thursday: Marcus Hanna, Singular American Hero

Only one man has ever received the Congressional Medal of Honor AND the gold Lifesaving...

Throwback Thursday: Union Army's "Mother" Bickerdyke

Even General William Tecumseh Sherman obeyed her!

Sporting Collectibles: Hunting and Wildlife Stamps

Stuck indoors on a rainy day? You can still enjoy this outdoor-themed hobby!

Throwback Thursday: Jack Hinson's One-Man War

This Civil War-era neutral wound up waging a one-man war.

Throwback Thursday: Sherman's March to the Sea

Psychological warfare or retaliation, this Civil War maneuver left scars you can still see.

Throwback Thursday: Buffalo Bill's Wild West

Creating the legend of the Wild West even as it happened.

Throwback Thursday: Wyatt Earp

How much of this famous lawman's life is fact, and how much is legend?

Throwback Thursday: America's Navajo Code Talkers

America's best "secret weapon" of World War II wasn't an arm at all...it was our...

Throwback Thursday: Guns of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud

Imagine a family feud so ferocious it left a mark on the language...

Sharpshooter Showdown: A Friendly Contest Among History’s Finest Snipers

Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Chris Kyle, Simo Hayha and Carlos Hathcock: Who would win?

Throwback Thursday: Simo Hayha, Winter Warrior

The true story of how one man became the scourge of the Soviet army.

The Surprising Story of the Humble Pump-Action Shotgun

Some of what you think you know just isn't so!

Fun Friday: 4 Fave Frontier Flicks

Wondering what to watch this weekend?

Throwback Thursday: Great Johnstown Flood

It was the tremendous tragedy...was it a natural disaster, or a manmade catastrophe?

Fun Friday: Maxim Machine-Gun Mystery

A mystery of history that's as true as it is intriguing.

Young Civil War Reenactors Keep History Alive

Young Civil War reenactors experience America's history-up close and personal.

Throwback Thursday: The River Wild

John Wesley Powell and the 1869 Colorado River Exploring Expedition

Throwback Thursday: Brown Bess Musket

It's the gun that won (and lost) the American Revolution.
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