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The first Continental Congress met in this simple brick building

Carpenters’ Hall is a small and easily overlooked destination among Philadelphia’s numerous historical sites, but it played a big role in the formation of the United States.  408 more words

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Book Review: The Light (Tales From a Revolution: New Jersey)

Tales From a Revolution: New Jersey

 The Light

by Lars D. H. Hedbor

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Having established himself, with… 1,390 more words

Before The Second Sleep

Bunker Hill Monument (Travel Theme: History)

In my post about the Independence Hall in Philadelphia I mentioned how excited I was to be there, shortly after I finished my degree in American History. 169 more words

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PHOTO GALLERY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

The declaration of Independence was signed on July 4th, 1776 starting the American Revolution. A war between the new United States of America against Britain that would ultimately wind up with The U.S winning and gaining our Independence from Britain. 75 more words

3rd Try at Camden (1780) with Piquet-Cartouche

About 30 years ago I went through the United States Army school for infantry lieutenants (Infantry Officer Basic Course). In that course, we read a book titled, … 802 more words

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Trail of Tears

“In the inland areas of the South, even more powerful tribal nations existed than in the North. The Southeastern nations could muster 14,000 warriors: 3,000 each among the Cherokees, Choctaws, and Creeks, plus 5,000 hardy Chickasaws. 3,658 more words

Nations catastrophically fail based on Humanism - The French Revolution

Principles of freedom, liberty, and equality only thrive in a culture that recognizes the God of the Bible. Without God, a culture quickly descends into depravity. 531 more words

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