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David Fanning: SC Loyalist in Backcountry Revolution

DAVID FANNING was North Carolina's most notorious Tory. He lived for a time as an Indian trader on Raeburn's Creek in Laurens County, SC. For his terrible atrocities, Fanning was excepted from a general pardon by the US government after the Revo...
by Sunday in the South on Jun 14, 2016

Prince William and Kate Middleton, refused at a hotel in France | British royal family

The announcement of the presence of three members of the British royal family to the celebration of 100 years since the beginning of the Battle of the Somme causing great inconvenience to the French Foreign Ministry, after the owner of a five-star ho...
by We care about your travel on Apr 20, 2016

Prince William and Kate Middleton, refused at a hotel in France | British royal family

The announcement of the presence of three members of the British royal family to the celebration of 100 years since the beginning of the Battle of the Somme causing great inconvenience to the French Foreign Ministry, after the owner of a five-star ho...
by We care about your travel on Apr 20, 2016

David Fanning: Badguy loyalist of the Carolina Backcountry Revolution

David Fanning escapes againDAVID FANNING was North Carolina's most notorious Tory. He lived for a time as an Indian trader on Raeburn's Creek in Laurens County, SC. For his terrible atrocities, Fanning was excepted from a general pardon by the U...
by Sunday in the South on Feb 2, 2016

Colonial Craft Show: Mixing Business and Education

This family worked, played, and learned together about Colonial times with their home business.
by Hunter Happenings on Oct 19, 2015

United States: Happy 4th of July!

Today is Independence Day in the United States. July 4th is a Federal holiday in the United States. It commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by the Second Continental Congress on 4 July 1776.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Jul 3, 2015

Remembering Dr. Warren

I have never been a formal student of memory and memorial culture, but the process, expressions, and artifacts of remembrance have fascinated me from the time that I was a little girl, growing up just down the street from the Justin Smith Morrill Hom...
by streets of salem on Jun 17, 2015

Homeschoolers from the Founding Generation

Are you under the impression that homeschooling is a fairly new educational option? AK Fielding introduces us to three famous people who were homeschooled …in the 1700s!
by Hunter Happenings on May 4, 2015

1 in 3 Older Workers Likely to Be Poor or Near Poor in Retirement

(Media Release) A third of U.S. workers nearing retirement are destined to live in or near poverty after leaving their jobs, new research shows. One underlying cause: a sharp decline in employer-sponsored retirement plans over the past 15 years. Just...
by Free PR Online on Apr 9, 2015

Philadelphia The New Athens

A city not only known as the city of American freedom or the birthplace of America but also known for the revolutionary role it has played since centuries. Welcome to Philadelphia, a life-size city in Pennsylvania and the birthplace of America. This...
by eTravelTrips on Apr 1, 2015

Northwest Indiana Preparedness And Self-Reliance Expo This Saturday

As I blogged before, the writing is on the wall for Chicago, Cook County, and Illinois. As I see it, economic and social conditions are going to get significantly more challenging than they already are. While terrific alternative media sites like Sec...
by Survival And Prosperity on Sep 17, 2014

Historic Crossing

If Washington crossed the Delaware, I figured, so could I. Of course, I have a car and I was going from New Jersey to Pennsylvania, but history doesn’t always repeat itself precisely. In New Jersey, the landing side of the … Continue reading...

7+ Websites for Revolutionary War Research

This is my first blog post using the Firefox addon Scribefire so it’s going to be abbreviated, but I wanted to tell you about an excellent article by Gena Philibert-Ortega that lists the Top 7... That's not all, read on!

7+ Websites for Revolutionary War Research

This is my first blog post using the Firefox addon Scribefire so it’s going to be abbreviated, but I wanted to tell you about an excellent article by Gena Philibert-Ortega that lists the Top 7... That's not all, read on!

Happy 4th of July!

Today is Independence Day in the United States.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Jul 3, 2014

The Only Photo of a Revolutionary War Veteran

To the right is a daguerreotype photograph of Conrad Heyer, a Revolutionary War veteran who crossed the Delaware alongside our nation’s first President, George Washington. The daguerreotype was the first type of photograph used, and Heyer was t...
by Inside Ben's Brain on Jun 25, 2014

Buttons and Bows

I don’t remember what year it was, but I remember precisely where. On one of my countless trips out back—to or from school, to burn the paper garbage, pet the dog, or wander in the woods—I noticed something poking out … Continue reading &...

Buttons and Bows

I don’t remember what year it was, but I remember precisely where. On one of my countless trips out back—to or from school, to burn the paper garbage, pet the dog, or wander in the woods—I noticed something poking out … Continue reading &...

Heritage Bank to Aussie Women and their Superannuation Savings

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submission heritage.com.au           Press Release Distribution Successful women usually find themselves juggling multiple responsibilities, both at home and in the workplace. With...
by Free PR Online on May 22, 2014

First of Three: NYC’s Oldest and Most Hidden Cemeteries

Walking out of the City Hall train stop, I immediately went to Google Maps on my phone and tried to scope out directions to what is possibly Manhattan’s oldest cemetery. The First Shearith Israel Graveyard, also known as “Chatham Square Cemetery,...
by The Occult Section on Apr 24, 2014


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