The Smithsonian explores the British perspective of the War of 1812.
In this video, the Henrico County Government portrays a slave rebellion in Central Virginia.
The Bill of Rights Institute summarizes the arguments and implications behind Gibbons v. Ogden, a Supreme Court case dealing with interstate commerce.
The Smithsonian talks about Andrew Jackson, the anti-establishment candidate, touching on his legacy in the modern-day political sphere.
In this article from the Federal Reserve of New York, James Narron, David Skeie, and Don Morgan analyze America’s First Great Economic Crisis, The Panic of 1819.
The Mount Vernon Organization explains how Democratic-Republican Societies operated in early America.