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The Struggle to Serve—Deborah Sampson’s Powerful Contribution to the American Revolution

Since American women were not allowed to serve as soldiers during wartime, some disguised themselves as men and fought along their side, keeping their femininity a secret. 513 more words


In Defense of Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton


by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche was running for the Democratic Presidential nomination in 1987 at the time he wrote this paper. 6,799 more words


Book review: Revolutionary Summer

Irked that I couldn’t find the book that I wanted to read by Joseph Ellis, I went looking for other books by him. I landed on… 1,453 more words


Historical Figures Great and Small

A great challenge and joy of writing historical fiction is learning about historical figures, both great and small, and working them into my novels. Sometimes I only know them as names on a centuries-old roster, but those names represent real people who once participated in monumental events. 626 more words


Flea Market Finds 3/18 & 3/25 Part 2-Civil War, Wild West, The Alamo, and The American Revolution.

In part 1, we looked at knights and dragons…now it is time to move onto the Wild West, the Alamo, American Civil War and finishing up with the American Revolution! 641 more words

American Revolution

Commodore John Barry

“The Father of the American Navy”

Franklin Square, situated between K St, I St, 13th St, and 14th St, sees no end of vehicle or pedestrian traffic throughout the day. 697 more words

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