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A Refuge Assured by Jocelyn Green~ Review

One of the reasons I love reviewing for Bethany House is because they have a wonderful selection of historical fiction! A Refuge Assured by Jocelyn Green is a historical fiction that begins during The Reign of Terror in Revolutionary France. 439 more words


Revolutionary Irish

Today in History, March 17: 1780 – “The General directs that all fatigue and working parties cease for to-morrow the SEVENTEENTH instant,” read the orders, “a day held in particular regard by the people of .” 95 more words

Battle of Guilford Court House Flag

March 15, 1781 — The Battle of Guilford Court House was fought at a site which is now in Greensboro, the county seat of Guilford County, North Carolina, during the American Revolutionary War. 23 more words

Shaving The Yak

Three Packards: John, Issac, and Roger

Three Packards are listed in American Archives, which lasts to 1776.

The first was John Packard. He was a captain in Colonel David Brewer’s regiment… 91 more words


Locating John Chavis (1763-1838) in the Historical Archives

John Chavis (1763-1838) is often credited as being the first black man to become an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church and credited for being… 3,260 more words

Revolutionary War: Washington Fights a Smallpox Epidemic

General George Washington had a problem—besides his British enemy. This time it was a silent killer—a disease known as smallpox.

Washington was no stranger to the disease. 272 more words

Sandra Merville Hart