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Can You Say This About Yourself - A Great American Put It All On The Line Over 240 Years Ago.

“For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst and provide for it.” 1,260 more words

Founding Mothers: Revolutionary Women Who Helped Build America

“Behind every great man is an even greater woman.” I’m sure you’ve heard that phrase before. It may not always be true, but perhaps its updated, feminist sister quote is: “Behind every great man is not a woman. 927 more words


Episode 019: Suppressing the Indians


In 1764, in response to the Native American attacks known as Pontiac’s War, the colonists strike back at the Indians, killing the guilty and innocent alike.  194 more words


Spreading the Word

Yesterday I had the opportunity to discuss the Gideon Hawke Series with the 8th Grade and Mill Creek Middle School in Lenexa, Kansas.

I always enjoy the opportunity to share some insights on the American Revolution and the writing process. 219 more words


November 16, 1776 First Salute

Sint Eustatius, known to locals as “Statia”, is a Caribbean island of 8.1 sq. miles in the northern Leeward Islands.  Formerly part of the Netherlands Antilles, the island lies southeast of the Virgin Islands, immediately to the northwest of Saint Kitts. 698 more words

Book Excerpt: The Break (Lars D.H. Hedbor) (Plus Giveaway)

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The Battle of Bunker Hill… 1,083 more words

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