Sunday Night Odds and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

Visiting Frederick Douglass’s birthplace

Pro-lifers prepare for a post-Roe world

Ruth Graham on Falwell’s leave of absence

COVID-19 workers seen through 19th-century tintype photography

What should the American Museum of Natural History do with its Teddy Roosevelt statue?

Drew Gilpin Faust on William Faulkner and race

A history of hurricanes

Katie Ladecky swims with a glass of chocolate milk on her head

The Gilder-Lehman Institute of American History and Hamilton

The power of The New York Times

The four historic threats to American democracy

The story of a Black cemetery in Waco, Texas

Why Americans rejected only educating the children of the rich

Fara Dabhoiwala reviews three new books on slavery in the West Indies

The meaning of statistics in the Progressive Era

Manute Bol’s son

David Roediger reviews Walter Johnson, The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States.

Julian Zelizer reviews three new Trump books