In my video series, you can take a look at some of the beautiful places associated with our first five Presidents, including Mount Vernon, Peacefield and Monticello.
France's revolution is said to have begun with the storming of the Bastille in 1789, but it arguably was not finished until the existential crisis of World War I.
This house got its name for a raging party that occurred here in 1783, on the occasion of the end of the Revolutionary War. Now it's gone.
The Framers of the Constitution trusted future generations to interpret the document according to changing times.
Who wrote the salacious potboiler that had all Boston's tongues wagging in the winter of 1789, and who was it intended to embarrass?
The British, evidently ashamed of having lost the Revolutionary War, refused to pose for this famous picture.
Mozart sang a song about her called "Lick My Arse," but they eventually wound up as friends.
Mozart's greatest (arguably) opera premiered at this theater, the Estates in Prague, on October 29, 1787.