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Historian and distinguished UVA professor Elizabeth R. Varon takes a look at the ending of the American Civil War, and what it means today
An exhibit at the Library of Virginia remembers Richmond's role in the American slave trade.
Larry J. Sabato writes about the 1964 campaign trail.
Bill Bevins & Shelly Perkins talk with the restauranteur-historian
Novelist and BOOMER columnist David L. Robbins reflects on being raised by the Greatest Generation.
Columnist and news anchor Gene Cox on how today's media sometimes gets it wrong
BOOMER remembers D-Day, 70 years after the Invasion of Normandy began
BOOMER visits one of the most historic neighborhoods in the South, Jackson Ward, once branded "Harlem of the South" and "black Wall Street"
Spurred on by Lee Iacocca and an impossible deadline, Ford’s pony car debuted at the April 1964 New York World’s Fair. It turned the car world upside down.
A peek into the writer's book on President John F. Kennedy