From America’s most famous folk heroes to beautiful photographs of John F. Kennedy, enjoy All That Is Interesting’s fascinating articles about American history!
Settling Alaska: 47 Photographs From When Americans Moved Up North
A late 19th century gold rush would change the face of Alaska forever. Here's what it looked like when it started.
“This Is YOUR War”: American Propaganda Posters Of World War II
These masterpieces of both design and manipulation are as shameless as they are brilliant.
This Week In History, July 9 – 15
Civil War daughter speaks out on Confederate monuments, two famous serial killers may have been the same person, footage of Japan's WWII forced prostitution comes to light, monks find prescription from the father of medicine, scientists bring ancient family back to life.
See Inside The Declassified C.I.A. Torture Manual From The Cold War
For years, the C.I.A. both used these techniques at home and taught them to oppressive foreign dictators.
Wine Older Than United States Found In New Jersey Museum
Found behind a wall in a museum, one bottle dates back to 1769.
Jack The Ripper And H.H. Holmes Were The Same Person, Suggests Relative
A great-great grandson of U.S. serial killer H.H. Holmes says that his ancestor was Jack the Ripper.
The Daughter Of A Civil War Soldier Weighs In On Confederate Symbols
Fewer than 35 of these sons and daughters are known to be alive today.
This Week In History, July 2 – 8
Photo shows Amelia Earhart alive after crash, tattooed mummy recreated, Aztec skull tower discovered, Emmett Till memorial destroyed, Congressman films promo in Nazi gas chamber.