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Hugh Earnhart offers an inside look at British trade policy during the 17th century and explores how the Colonies fit into things.

If FDR had exercised a little patience, he could have shaped the character of the Supreme Court without attempting to restructure the institution itself.

When explaining how she spent snow days, Kym Seabolt was recently asked by a young friend, "why didn't you just play on your phone?" And she's got answers.

Learn how Woodrow Wilson's failed League of Nations eventually led to the establishment of the United Nations.

Theodore Roosevelt's lifelong love of the outdoors, the animals and the natural resources propelled him to foster the conservation of America's landscape.

One of the most difficult obstacles facing George Washington's first administration was that of guaranteeing the loyalty of the West to the Union.

Kanagawa Treaty marked the end of Japan's 220-year-old policy of national seclusion by opening the ports of Shimoda and Hakodate to American vessels.

A little brown recipe box takes Judith Sutherland back in time to remind her how past generations of her family once lived.

Gov. Mike DeWine signed Ohio Senate Bill No. 123 into law, officially designating the fossil fish species Dunkleosteus terrelli as the fossil fish of Ohio.

In 1943, Norman Rockwell painted the Four Freedoms and instantly became "America's artist in chief."