Well-to-do city folk thought the old country custom of bundling gave New England a bad name, but its defenders claimed it was a chaste and prudent practice. Click for more.
Rachel Wall was hanged in Boston in 1789 for stealing a bonnet, but she preferred to be hanged as a pirate. Click for more.
It took more than 15 years for Buffy Sainte-Marie to find out why her songs got so little play on American radio. Click for more.
In December of 1776, a Massachusetts country lawyer warned there was a traitor high up in the Continental Army. But his claims seemed so far-fetched no one realized he was telling the truth. Click for more.