King George is remembered as “The Mad King,” and “The King Who Lost America.” Was he insane, or did his doctors mistreat a medical condition? Author Ed Crews examines the evidence in his article “The Poisoning of King George” in the journal Colonial Williamsburg.
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Bringing a touch of myth to traditional history makes for a stable mix in the American memory. Author Gil Klein explains.
Gain a new respect for the good old pumpkin. Author Mary Miley Theobald traces the history of the long-suffering gourd.
Myths abound in history’s retelling. Historian and author Mary Miley Theobald shares some of her favorites.
Camera becomes time machine as photographer Dave Doody frames the past in his lens.
Despite its 14-year lead, many don’t know that Jamestown was settled before Plymouth. James Axtell’s article, “Historical Rivalry,” explores the reasons why.