The New World was the next logical step for trade merchants of the Armenian Diaspora in the 17th century. Read on to learn the full story of how "Martin the Armenian" found Jamestown.
Grover Cleveland's ghost is my hunting companion, I would rather go alone...and so would he.
The Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 featured three men who sought to unite a postbellum U.S. Unity would not come soon but the respective roles of Grover Cleveland, Booker T. Washington, and John Philip Sousa point to cultural forces as the real agents of national solidarity.
This article explains how an obscure New Jersey pol made Theodore Roosevelt President of the United States.