South Carolina’s Royal House

Currently, 85 churches are designated as basilicas in the United States. But in…
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The Height of Conflict

Understanding how Vietnam became a battleground for millions of young Americans may be…
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Ex Libris: Blood and Thunder

From Lewis and Clark’s 1804 expedition up the Missouri and to the Pacific…
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Boo!

Every year, October brings cooler temperatures, the crunch of fallen leaves, and Halloween…
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Ex Libris: The Romantic Poets

Romanticism so defines the 19th century that it is reflected in almost all examples…
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Pages for the Ages

Like life and love, the world of old books can be so unfair.…
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Then Sings My Soul

Living, breathing history is an experience that cannot be ignored. It enlivens all…
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Ex Libris: Chinese Fairy Tales & Fantasies

Mythology and fairy tales are frequently the first avenues of introduction to the…
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Buried Treasure

Bob McMaster has been collecting arrowheads on his family’s Fairfield County farm since…
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Air-Minded

Columbians joined world citizens in their fascination with flight when the innovation soared…
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Ex Libris: Archibald Rutledge

Affectionately known as “Old Flintlock” to friends and family, Archibald Rutledge was as a…
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Ex Libris: Detective Albert Campion Mysteries

Margery Allingham belongs to what is now described as the “Golden Age of…
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