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The Crossing Reveals Early Public Contempt for Congress

The Crossing is a story of the days when Tennessee and Kentucky were the American frontier and New Orleans was a Spanish colony.

The book is narrated by David Trimble, a Blue Ridge lad orphaned when his father goes to fight Indians. 206 more words

Historical

FEATURED ARTIST: Author Jay Heavner

Today’s featured artist is author Jay Heavner, who took some time out to discuss his book, writing, and life. Enjoy!

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Being published is a great thing, but you soon realize that just like writing the book, it is just a step to getting your book out to the public. 878 more words

INTERVIEW

Alone Yet Not Alone

Alone Yet Not Alone is a young-adult historical fiction novel based on the true story of two sisters who were kidnapped by Native Americans during the French and Indian War in 1755 in Pennsylvania.   339 more words

Books

The French Won the French and Indian War

Most people, when asked about the French and Indian War, immediately say that the British won. While not necessarily wrong, this statement is misleading and requires further explanation. 310 more words

Musings

Trenton's Old Barracks Museum Certified as "Excellent!"


Acknowledging what many of us already know, the Old Barrack’s Museum has received a certificate of excellence from travel website TripAdvisor.com

Planning a visit? Why not contact us to arrange a walking tour highlighting the battles of Trenton for after your tour of the Barracks.

The Battles Of Trenton

Beware of Looking the Gift Horse in the Mouth: When the Horse is Actually a Weapon

I’m sure most of you are familiar with the old proverb, “Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.” Well, I’ve gone and mixed my metaphors most dreadfully by combining it with, “Beware Greeks bearing gifts.” Yes, I am now taking a proverb about horse teeth, mixing it with… 1,188 more words

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