The Gilded Age's Original "Galentine's Day"
by Anya Jabour
The search for alternatives to the compulsory heterosexual coupledom of Valentine's Day could learn from the example of the "Perfect Little Ladies" of 1890s Rochester, New York.
These American Political Bachelors Were Known as ‘Siamese Twins’ During the Antebellum Era
by Erik Moshe
Bosom Friends demonstrates that intimate male friendships among politicians were—and continue to be—an important part of success in American politics by exploring the relationship of James Buchanan and William Rufus King.
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