Hailing from the land of of bagpipes, tartan kilts, haggis and the legendary Loch Ness Monster, Scots without-a-doubt made their mark on America's founding conflict.
More than canteen carriers, these “daughters of the regiment” braved the chaos of war to tend to soldiers on and off the battlefield. Learn about three valorous vivandières of the Civil War.
This International Artists Day, let’s learn about the people who shaped how we remember the American Revolution and the early days of our new nation.
Learn how the Continental Congress let one quiet inventor prove himself, changing the seascape of naval warfare forever.
We know their stories in the White House, but five of Ohio’s future U.S. Presidents fought in the Civil War before heading to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Learn about their time in battle in this edition of Head-Tilting History.
Learn about two Civil War Medal of Honor recipients – Andrew Jackson Smith and Alonzo Cushing – and their long-winding journeys to the Medal of Honor in this edition of Head-Tilting History.
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Hallowed Ground Magazine
Explore the American Battlefield Trust’s award-winning membership magazine, Hallowed Ground, published quarterly.
Women in War
Women had a vital role in America's early conflicts — participating, supporting, and organizing. Studying their involvement gives a broader...
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Take our quiz to find out how much trivia you know about America's first president.
Railroads in the Civil War
VIDEO | Historian Sam Smith discusses the importance of railroads in the Civil War era. This video is part of the American Battlefield Trust's In4