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Weekly Story: De Glaubeck and The Hickory Club

Weekly Story

Following General Greene’s defeat at Guilford Court House—March 1781—, a cavalry officer makes do.

I wish we could get thirty or forty swords, as I wish to have that number of my best men equipped compleat as horsemen, and use the remainder as infantry mounted. 291 more words

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TURN S01E02: Sadly Still Lacking Washington's Bible

TURN Ep. 2: Who By Fire – what a terrible episode title!!!

Welcome back to TURN, a v. serious Revolutionary War drama with zero Molester Tree Demons, Headless Horseman, or zombie Washingtons (YET.) 2,131 more words


Will the REAL Robert Rogers please stand up?

It’s my pleasure to present the following guest post on the real Robert Rogers and Queen’s American Rangers of 1776 written by Todd Braisted, a foremost scholar of American Loyalists during the Revolutionary War.

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Marvel OK 2

Hello! As mentioned in part 1, the plan is to review the recent Marvel UK-reviving comics event (I suppose), Revolutionary War.  Better get going with that, eh? 1,599 more words


Patriot's Day

Boston is very different from New York. There are the Yankees and Red Sox, and the Jets and the Patriots (sports team adversaries). And then Boston, the start of the Revolutionary War, has its tradition of Patriot’s Day. 188 more words


Jasper's Revolutionary Legacy

1775—Moultrie secured Fort Johnson from the British and created the Liberty Crescent Flag as a symbol against tyrannical rule, and raised it to signify the Colony’s occupation of the fort. 180 more words


52 Ancestors 52 Weeks: 15th Week Reuben Walton - A Double Life

This is another post in response to the challenge of posting about 52 ancestors in 52 weeks by Amy Johnson Crow

Reuben Walton, my 1st cousin 5x removed. 1,115 more words

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