From America’s most famous folk heroes to beautiful photographs of John F. Kennedy, enjoy All That Is Interesting’s fascinating articles about American history!
Meet Big Nose George, The Wild West Outlaw Who Was Killed And Turned Into Shoes
First, Big Nose George was hanged. Then things got much worse.
Inside Andersonville Prison, The Civil War’s Most Brutal POW Camp
Experience photos and stories from inside Andersonville prison, one of the most brutal POW camps in modern history.
Why The Allies Thought Hitler Might’ve Escaped To Argentina
Though the official story is that Hitler killed himself in his bunker in 1945, conspiracy theories have arisen that Hitler fled to Argentina with Eva Braun and was protected by the Argentine government.
Here’s The First Drama Ever Broadcast On Television – In 1928
While we may have thousands of television options today, people looking for viewing entertainment on Sept. 11, 1928 had just one choice, and this was it.
This Week In History News, Jan. 21 – 27
Woman weds 300-year-old pirate ghost, former CIA agents find Pablo Escobar's lost submarine, reporter uncovers last American slave ship.
Random Facts That Will Totally Melt Your Brain And Shock Your Friends
From Abraham Lincoln's wrestling career to the killer habits of cats, these interesting random facts will leave your brain in pieces.
The 19th Century’s Highest-Paid Piano Player Was A Blind Slave
With Beethoven-like precision, even while blind, Tom Wiggins was able to master a piece of music after hearing it just once.
How Navajo Code Talkers Helped Win World War II
To this day, the Navajo code talkers' language remains the only unbreakable code ever used by the Marine Corps.
The Incredible True Story Of The Revenant’s Hugh Glass
Hugh Glass spent six weeks trekking over 200 miles back to his camp after being mauled by a bear and left for dead by his trapping party.
Dramatic Footage Of Kamikaze Pilots In Action [VIDEO]
Insane footage from the Battle of Okinawa shows just how reckless and terrifying kamikaze pilots were.
Where Did The Google Name Come From?
The history of the Google name can be traced back to a typo, an incredibly large number, and a nine-year-old boy.