Thirty years before George Washington became the first president of the United States, he renovated Mount Vernon, his legendary plantation on the banks of the Potomac River.
Then a 27-year-old army commander, Washington in 1759 transformed his family’s modest farmhouse into a mansion. He also moved the main entrance, the...
When John Adams took office in March 1797, his concerns about Native Americans came from two fronts: threats from overseas and tensions along the western border.
Fourteen years after the Revolutionary War ended, Great Britain and France continued to occupy territory in North America, and Adams feared either force, with...
Tens of thousands of Native Americans were already being removed from their homelands when Martin Van Buren took office as the eighth president of the United States.
Van Buren, who served as secretary of state during Andrew Jackson’s first term in office and vice president during Jackson’s second term, to...
The Cherokee Nation, like the Muscogee Creek Nation where I was born and raised, is situated in what weather reporters call “tornado alley.” The thunderstorms that often birth tornados have been active this year, and Cherokees were recently reminded that those storms can cause damage without throwing off clouds.
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