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Tonight, I have been preparing a brief lecture for my US History students on events leading up to the Revolutionary War. We are finishing up our section on the French and Indian War, a fascinating time in American History (especially … Continue reading
This month we celebrate the birth of our Nation on July 4, 1776. The origins of the United States of America are a fascinating study in human nature, idealization, warfare, and more. Not surprisingly, the stories that are handed down … Continue reading