SOURCE: The Guardian
Hannah Duston, subject of the first publicly funded US monument to a woman, is implicated in the deaths of 10 Native Americans
SOURCE: Boston Globe
“He was great public servant," said former Governor Michael S. Dukakis.
Historians Margaret Ellen Newell and Christy Clark-Pujara show that slavery was both practiced in many northern colonies and states and was integral to their economic development.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Wyatt Oswald, David R. Foster, and Elizabeth Chilton
Our new research, published in the journal Nature Sustainability, tests this human-centric view of the past using interdisciplinary, retrospective science. The data we collected suggest, in New England, this assumption is erroneous.
by Robin Lindley
That’s the story maritime attorney Bradley Bagshaw tells in a novel. (Interview)
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