John Tuttle is a journalist and creative who has a passion for truth and beauty. He owns an Underwood typewriter from the '40s and dreams of using it in real-life someday. His writing has been featured by The Hill, Real Clear Books, Tablet Magazine, Prehistoric Times Magazine, Ancient Origins, and elsewhere.
What were early humans like before the invention of writing?
With Irish emigrants arriving in North America as early as the 1500s, it's no surprise their history is a vital part of America's tale.
Time on or near the front lines shaped these authors' lives and work.
The Crusades, although the most defining conflicts of the medieval era, are often misunderstood. These books illuminate their true nature.
No matter your religion or creed, these Christian history books will help you make sense of the world.
Despite widespread adulation of Germanicus, many mysteries about the capable leader remain.
The Confederate deserter and the victorious Union general shared their reminisces with each other and the country.