The Puzzling Apologies for Woodrow Wilson's Racism in A. Scott Berg's Recent Biography
History News Network (HNN)
Berg, winner of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for his biography of Charles Lindbergh, has admitted to being a Wilson enthusiast who, as teenager, thought of the 28th president as one of the historical “gods” and put his picture on his bedroom wall. It is ...
Robin Chandler Duke, a Champion of Women's Rights, Dies at 92
New York Times
Ms. Duke was a co-founder of the United States-Japan Foundation and was a director of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the World Childhood Foundation and the Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation. She was also a trustee of the ...
Starship Enterprise in the shop for repairs
Napa Valley Register
It's also a piece of history, along with the Wright Brothers' “Flyer” and Charles Lindbergh's “Spirit of St. Louis.” And the museum is now restoring the make-believe voyager as a part of America's real-life air and space heritage. Paramount studios ...
Column: Great Lives: Maury lived for high seas adventure, scientific pursuits
This Week: The first of two Great Lives lectures this week, on Tuesday, will focus on pioneering American aviators—Eddie Rickenbacker, James Doolittle and Charles Lindbergh—who in the period between the two World Wars pushed the limits of flight.