TURN to a historian
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.
War Through the Generations
Welcome to the first week of the 2014 War Through the Generations With a Twist Read-a-Long of I Am Regina by Sally M. Keehn for April. 1,354 more words
1 week, 5 days
Pittsburgh in Pictures...
2014 marks the 250th Anniversary of the Fort Pitt Blockhouse.
Built in 1764, the blockhouse is all that remains of Fort Pitt – one of North America’s largest forts – built during the French and Indian War. 28 more words
Once again this post is in response to the challenge of posting about 52 ancestors in 52 weeks by Amy Johnson Crow.
My 5th great grandfather Abraham Littlehale was born on April 27, 1725 in Dracut, MA as the fifth of seven children born to John and Hannah (Colburn) Littlehale. 827 more words
3 weeks, 1 day
As part of the War Through The Generations 2014 Reading Challenge with a Twist, we’ll be hosting a read-a-long for the French and Indian War. 74 more words
Garden Walk Garden Talk
How many of you have ever thought of how it might be living in another time? Pick any period in history and insert yourself in a life built around the culture and society of the times. 846 more words
1 month, 3 weeks
The 2014 War Through the Generations Reading Challenge With a Twist has begun. For March and April, reviews for the French and Indian War should be linked here. 64 more words