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Gwen's Summer Challenge: Personalities and Problems by Ken Wolf (Non Fiction)

This book is a fantastic resource for any student or reader interested in history, specifically in the time periods earlier than the 1900s, as I am. 1,124 more words

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The Lost Duchess

The Lost Duchess by Jenny Barden is a wonderful descriptive novel of early Tudor England and the very different conditions encountered by the early settlers at Roanoke Island in the New World. 230 more words

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Book Review: “Bess of Hardwick ~Empire Builder” by Mary S. Lovell

The Freelance History Writer is scheduled to go to the United Kingdom later this year on a tour following in the footsteps of Mary Queen of Scots. 623 more words

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Let Tyrants Fear: The Spanish Armada


    130 ships: galleons, galleasses, converted merchantmen.

            2431 guns (meaning cannons etc., not pistols and revolvers.)

            30,000 men—including 180 priests.

            May 1588: the Spanish Armada sets sail for England. 654 more words


Elizabethan Greenwich (Paul Hentzner, 1596)

Another in the occasional series on contemporary accounts and descriptions of the historic City of  London, this one written by another German visitor, Paul Hentzner,  in 1596… 445 more words

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The Oath of the Free Man in Elizabethan London (1580)

“Ye shall swear that ye shall be good and true to our sovereign Lady, Queen Elizabeth, …  and to the heirs of our said sovereign Lady … .  242 more words

16th Century London

Queen of Stone

Queen Elizabeth I, likeness captured in stone and bronze and placed in this garden*.  She stands in serene stillness, never changing in gaze, overseeing the trees and flowers.  62 more words