Deplorable. Tragic. Unrelenting. But don’t take my word for it. On 28 October 1780, The Pennsylvania Packet (pages 1-2) ran the disposition of Peter Ozeas, of Reading, Pennsylvania, who gave the following chilling accounts of the Continental Hospital there between 1777 and 1778. 58 more words
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The American Revolution became a fountainhead for future revolutions to transpire. Unlike prior revolutions, the American Revolution was a grass roots movement, not an aristocratic and intellectual movement such as the Glorious Revolution. 861 more words
While I was in Boston for a month recently on a research trip, my husband and I had some interesting exchanges via text and Twitter. He was often curious where in the city I was and how I was getting from place to place. 1,098 more words
As we get into these weekly reviews, I want to constantly remind the reader that I do, in fact, enjoy this show. I like its humor, its grasp of pop culture and even Crane’s ignorance of modern conveniences is only slightly overplayed, but still fun and entertaining. 1,985 more words
We love Geography!
We are only onto Page 6 of our workbook and have already learnt so much. I laugh because even though I am a school teacher, learning about American Geography and History is new to me so I’m enjoying this as much as my son. 429 more words