There is a breed of historians known, colloquially, as “cold water” historians for their drive to pour analytic “cold water” on the politically or historiographical fashionable arguments. 1,722 more words
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Submitted for your approval . . . the November episode of “The JuntoCast.” This month, Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, and Roy Rogers discuss the Continental Congress, including a number of recent popular histories about it, its popular and academic historiography, and various aspects of its importance.
Be prepared. I am about to share some history as I learned it. Consider this an anecdotal history of life as we know it.
Back on November 10, 1775, the Continental Congress of the future United States of America signed a proclamation for a fighting force of men who were adjusted to a sea going way of life. 281 more words