The official newspaper of the Nation of Islam—published from 1960-1975—combined investigative journalism and Black Nationalist views on racial uplift.
Not everyone in the nineteenth century was on board with expanding the territory of the US from coast to coast.
Dogs were prolific hunters and warm companions for northeastern Native peoples like the Mi'kmaq.
Dogs have long played a big role in the White House.
Working well outside their jurisdiction, the officers patrolled their state's borders against white migrants.
Having more than one wife was an established part of life for some Native peoples before Europeans tried to end the practice.
The first diplomatic agreement between the US and Castro's Cuba was to stop Americans from committing "skyjackings."
The 1918 influenza pandemic had a profound impact on how librarians do their work, transforming libraries into centers of community care.
The first stories about the beating of Rodney King in two major newspapers focused on racial injustice. But that changed.
The neighborhood of New York City was a haven for Catholics before it earned its reputation as a haven for artists.