by David W. Grua
Long before the battle over Confederate monuments, they built a memorial to their dead to reclaim the history whites celebrated as a victory.
SOURCE: Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Timothy Tackett, now history professor emeritus at UC Irvine, was in Watsonville helping his mother Jean pack up things for a move to Washington state when he looked in the bottom of a trunk.
SOURCE: New York Times
The shirt of Lakota chief Little Thunder has become the centerpiece of a auction dispute.
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