The city says leave three of four existing monuments. Our critic says that may not heal old wounds.
Category Archives: Roosevelt, Theodore
A letter published in Hyperallergic singles out five monuments or markers for removal.
Medora, N.D., population 132 — except in summer when 100,000 tourists pour into town to see a musical celebration of Old West values.
Forget C-Span’s recent rankings. How do our chief executives stack up according to facial hair, taste in alcohol and knife-fighting skills?
A tour finds traces in Buffalo of the Pan-American Exposition of 1901, featuring dazzling technology, cultural exploitation and the death of President McKinley.
More than a century before a Minnesota dentist hunted Cecil the lion, Theodore Roosevelt set off on a yearlong safari in Africa, where he bagged his first lion.
The Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site is free and open to the public, and a photo exhibition the Public Policy Institute at Hunter College pays tribute to Franklin Roosevelt.