of maps of America. Includes killing frost dates
from 1911, Hog production circa 1860
of Western Exploration and many more.
(Which Words Jefferson Digested) Some Flash
Slavery in the North
is a website covering the 200-year history of slavery in the northern colonies in what would become the United States.
The only "war" I can think of in U.S. history anything like the present situation is the U.S. Navy's war on Caribbean piracy
(1814-1825). Stateless, decentralized foe, no defined fields of battle, no "high-value targets"...Again, 1814-1825: eleven years.
Any U.S. history majors out there?