On July 4, 1826, two prominent presidents, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, took their final breaths within hours of each other. Some have wondered if it was somehow planned.
After George Washington’s administration concluded a treaty with Great Britain in 1795, France decided it was time for a change at the top of the U.S. government.
The two founding fathers, who share a special place in American history, had a long, complicated relationship over the course of their lives.
History is full of bizarre, seemingly impossible coincidences. Check out six stories that may sound unbelievable—but are all true.
Learn 10 surprising facts about the scholarly Sons of Liberty member who served as the second president of the United States.
From a July 2 Independence Day to a doomed Civil War general’s last words, get the facts on seven predictions that were famously off the mark.
Meet five U.S. presidents who spent part of their early careers shaping young minds in the classroom.