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Paul Revere's Ride / by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ; illustrated by Ted Rand


ISBN 0525446109

Published: New York:
Dutton Books,

Hardcover, 40 pages, 1st edition
Recommended for ages 5-9 by Publishers Weekly… 854 more words


Was Abigail Adams a Feminist?

Historians have long debated whether Abigail Adams was a feminist. We have all heard about her “Remember the Ladies” letter in which she asked her husband, John, to remember women when Congress wrote a code of laws for the new nation and to be “more generous and favorable to them than you ancestors.” She told John to “not put such unlimited power into the hands of the husbands” to prevent men from being cruel to their wives. 657 more words

Founding Documents

Battle between elites fought by the unrepresented

I’m not used to thinking of the Revolutionary War as a battle between elites. Rather it was a battle for liberty, a battle between us Americans and the British who were taxing us without representation. 207 more words


Winter Training Highlights

Learning to score is slightly more important than learning how to shoot.

Lots of leaners and BTBs.

Athletes in this footage are from Seneca Valley, Pine Richland, Moon, Mars, Butler, and Hampton. 51 more words


British Return for May 8, 1777

Click on the link below for a British strength return for May 8, 1777. It includes the forces with Howe, those in the New York City area, and Rhode Island. 20 more words

American Revolution

Ellis Island Historical Photography

Just wanted to share some historical photographs relating to Ellis Island. Below you will find various photographs displaying immigrants arriving to Ellis Island, the island itself, processing areas, and much more. 74 more words