Justice Like A Rolling Wave

27 Jan
Human history is a rushing river of freedom and justice, which starts as a small trickle but soon reaches tidal wave proportions. The actions of a few can multiply into great revolutions and we never know which courageous stand will...
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Purged With Blood

6 Oct
The road to the American Civil War was tumultuous and in some cases, bloody. At the center of antebellum violence was radical abolitionist, John Brown. He had been involved in the Bleeding Kansas conflict and even lead Free State forces...
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Epic American Battles: King’s Mountain

3 Oct
The American Revolution was filled with campaigns and battles which the American colonists lost to the British but the great triumphs that the patriots did win were great indeed. They were the decisive battles: Trenton, Saratoga and Yorktown, etc. Another...
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Profiles of Great Americans: Zachary Taylor

8 Sep
Heroes in American history come in all shapes and sizes. Some are strong, resilient and yet gentle, like Martin Luther King Jr and George Washington. Others are loud, fiery and full of passion, like Patrick Henry and Theodore Roosevelt. But...
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Liberty For All?

2 Sep
“…that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Those words, written by Thomas Jefferson in 1776 would change the world in dramatic ways. The American Founding...
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Profiles of Great Americans: Stonewall Jackson

21 Jul
Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson was one of the greatest and most virtuous commanders in the Civil War. He led his men valiantly and fearlessly and left a legacy of great nobility and honor. Despite the fact that Jackson fought under the...
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Null and Void

4 Apr
James Madison, author of the Virginia Resolution of 1798
We have strayed far from the Founding Father’s original intent for our country. This is due, in a substantial part, to the Civil War. Ironically, the Civil War almost united the country. The North fought the South, the USA fought...
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Epic American Battles: Chancellorsville

2 Dec
Robert E. Lee was one of the greatest American generals who ever lived and although he fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War, he also served in the United States’ army during the Mexican-American War. Robert E. Lee was...
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A House Divided…

22 Nov
We all know about the Civil War. It was one of the most important events in American history. Opinions differ as to what caused the war. Many things are to blame. Slavery certainly played a major role in dividing the...
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The Black Ships

21 Nov
Nineteenth century world history was characterized by the expansion of world empires through trade, settlement and conquest. Imperialism was not a new idea. The idea of world empires was older than the Romans. Even after antiquity Imperialism had been practiced...
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