Bestselling author Michael Korda explores Robert E. Lee, the compelling figure, who, as the leading Confederate General, provided the Union with a most fierce adversary.
Experts offer a fresh account of slavery and the Civil War, exploring the idea that a peaceful path to abolition could have been taken.
Author Donald L. Miller explores the cultural history of Jazz Age Manhattan, revealing why ambitious innovators of change flocked to the city in the 1920s, transforming America in the process.
Award-winning author and historian Nathaniel Philbrick reignites the flames of the Battle of Bunker Hill and offers a fresh perspective on this turning point that sparked the American Revolution.
Eric Foner explores the Civil War through the unsurpassed collections of the New-York Historical Society.
Noted historian and author Lewis E. Lehrman discusses Abraham Lincoln’s life, from his humble origins with little formal education to his remarkable accomplishments as the nation’s 16th president.
Renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern discusses the evolution of the planned garden suburb and the important lessons they hold for the future of our towns and cities.
Acclaimed authors Cokie and Steven V. Roberts share their unique and personalized vision of the traditional Passover Haggadah, exploring their own family traditions, lessons they’ve learned as an interfaith couple, and inclusive Passover rituals.
Leading Civil War historians discuss the two-day battle at Shiloh—from strategies to casualties, miracles to miscalculations.
From Jefferson to Lincoln and Bush to Obama, two renowned presidential historians provide an in-depth look into how media and literature have shaped the leadership styles and worldviews of our nation’s highest office.