The podcast focusing on the decade of the 1810s returns from hiatus with an all-new episode on Napoleon's improbable comeback from exile on the island of Elba.
The latest episode of Second Decade finishes off the War of 1812, focusing on the disastrous (for Americans, at least) events of the year 1814.
It's almost Christmas, but Second Decade, my history podcast, has you covered! Here is my first-ever "holiday special" episode, and although holiday specials definitely have [...]
The newest episode of Second Decade deals with a historic environmental disaster as well as its historical context.
Take a tour of 1815 fashions with the All Things Georgian blog.
The great hurricane that struck New England in 1815 leaves us with a lot to think about today.
How a diplomatic conference that was supposed to be about Napoleon turned into the biggest, costliest party in European history.
This is what was left after the world's largest volcano blew up in April 1815. We're lucky it wasn't worse.
So, as many of you know, I'm now on my research fellowship at the Huntington Library. In a previous post I promised to share with [...]
I am traveling this weekend. I've left the comforts of hearth and home and set out for the big, bad city--the Los Angeles area, to [...]