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September 20, 2017

Question:

When did the war of independence first get described as a revolution? Was it so considered by the people who were engaged in it? Are there any modern students of the period who deny that it was a revolution?

Answer:

OK, I’ll take a stab at this.  Not easy questi...

September 13, 2017

It's always extra special to camp and fight on historic ground and imagine what it was like for those that were there 240 years ago.

It's also always fun to attend the national events because of the scale.  There were tons of great images all around, from the dragoons e...

March 12, 2017

In the early morning hours of April 21, 1775, fifteen half barrels of gunpowder were taken from the magazine in Williamsburg, Virginia by a party of British seamen and marines.[i] The theft of the powder outraged the populace not only of Williamsburg but of the entire...

January 27, 2017

My search centered on the British description of Weeks as a “New Englander” and one of the few factual, documented facts we know about Weeks is his marriage to Elizabeth keeling on 22 Jan, 1779 in Princess Anne County.  In researching all of the possible Amos Weeks, I...

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