American Heritage Apr 2001 Author:Society Of American Historians and American Association For State & Local History Return To Midway by Shirley Streshinsky -- The atoll where the tide of the Pacific War turned is now both a stirring historical landmark and a stunning wildlife refuge. — America's Venice by John Lukacs -- Ralph Waldo Emerson seems to be the only U.S. citizen who hasn't fallen under the city's spell. — Erie Rising by Cait Murphy & Rosanne Haggerty... more » -- All along its 360-miles route, towns to which the canal gave birth are looking to its powerful ghost for economic revival.
Water World by William Least Heat-Moon -- A journey aboard a 70-years-old steamboat through an engineering wonder that relatively few people have seen.
Other Cape by Linda McK. Stewart -- On the rugged coast north of Boston, 4 towns share a long history of mortal peril and enduring beauty.
In The News: Another Day Of Infamy by Kevin Baker -- The U.S. Congress is trying to legislate history.
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