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Shot Heard Round the World

Concord bridge heard the noise
sent it over the farms and fields
hungry for news of the future
came back on the echo of bold… 70 more words


Again, Washington was not a murderer: adieu at last to Adam Ruins Everything

Part the last of our series on Adam Ruins Everything‘s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Truth” episode focuses on the concluding statements.

Disillusioned narrator: So George Washington was a wealthy elitist and murderer who led drunks into battle against their will to fight for a cause they could not care less about.

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What History Is For

Angels & Patriots: Book One has won recognition with four awards!

I’ve had my nose in stacks of books, historical maps, and reliable websites so I can accurately depict the 1776 Battles of New York and the celebrations after the reading of the Declaration of Independence while writing… 231 more words

Revolutionary War

Wilhelmina Winters, Forty-Seven

The deep, depressing bell toll still echoed in the cold cement-lined world outside when Wil pushed out of Mr. G.’s cubicle. He’d released them early, for him, which had granted the class a thirty second head start. 427 more words

Serial Story

Sabika Sheikh Victim Of American Culture's Mass Shooting

The American terror of mass shooting strikes again at the Santa Fe High School, where the victims of mass shooting included a young 17-year-old Pakistani girl Sabika Shiekh, exchange student was also present.  532 more words

Conflicts And Emergencies

Captain James Jack, Hero of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence

On Friday, I presented you with a bit of local history in the form of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Yesterday was the celebration of Meck-Dec Day. 1,407 more words

British History

Museum of the American Revolution-Philadelphia, Pa...

I wish there had been places like this when I was in school, history then was names and dates, this is hands on and brings history alive.  179 more words