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Oscar Wilde was one of Great Britain's most famous playrights. However, his career and family life was destroyed by his... see more

The shootout at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona is legendary. This trial attempts to set the record straight based... see more

The Sacco Vanzetti Trial reflected American hysteria during the era of the Red Scare. This site explores whether or not... see more

Leopold Loeb were two very bright young men who committed an heinous crime after graduating from college. The substance... see more

Leo Frank was tried and convicted in Georgia. Was he guilty of the crime or convicted in the realm of public opinion and... see more

German Richard Bruno Hauptmann was convicted of the kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh, Jr. He never confessed to... see more

The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the trials of the alledged conspirators continues to leave unanswered questions.... see more

The trials of the Africans on board the Amistad shaped national opinion about slavery and had increasing impact on... see more

John Brown was one of the most controversial figures involved in key events in Kansas and Virginia prior to the Civil... see more

Vice-President Aaron Burr is one of United States History's most controversial figures. The Burr Conspiracy Trial... see more

The events of the Boston Massacre contributed to break by the colonies from Great Britain. The Boston Massacre Trial... see more

The victorious Allies in Europe determined that the leaders of the Nazi German state should face an international... see more

Susan B. Anthony was a leader in the movement to get women the right to vote. She was placed on trial because of her... see more

Andrew Johnson was impeached for breaking laws established by a Radical Republican Congress that opposed Johnson as... see more

The events at Haymarket are a major event in the movement for Unionization. This site examines the positions for both... see more

The Triangle Fire was a shocking event that stunned the nation and forced employers to review safety conditions in... see more

Alger Hiss worked for the State Department. He was arrested for spying for the Soviet Union during the Truman pesidency.... see more

The Scope Trial dealth with the issue of teaching evolution in public schools. The issue remains unresolved. Course: U.S.... see more

The Democratic Convention in Chicago in 1968 became a violent encounter between Anti-Vietnam War protesters and the... see more

The My Lai Trail represents circumstances in which American soldiers went to far against a perceived enemy. This site... see more

In the 1960s Civil Rights was an explosive movement. The Mississippi Burning Trial represents the violence associated... see more

The Rosenbergs were convicted of giving to the Soviet Union the knowledge to built the atomic bomb. This site examines... see more

Joan of Arc was and remains a figure of historical curiosity. She was not canonized until the 19th century. France had... see more

Martin Luther, a priest, defied the Pope and demanded clerical reforms to save Catholicism. This site deals with his... see more