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How to Be a Revolutionary War Soldier, Thomas Ratliff

How to Be a Revolutionary War Soldier, Thomas Ratliff

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This man in this picture is a Patriot. A patriot is an American colonist who sided with the rebels aka minutemen. A patriot wanted the minutemen to win the war. Patriots also took action in the war.

Women Soldiers Who Dressed and Fought as Men in the Civil War. --- To pass as a man, Union soldier Frances Louisa Clayton, who enlisted with her husband in 1861 as 'Jack Williams,' took up gambling, cigar-smoking, and swearing. Courtesy of the Trustees of the Boston Public Library. read the book about it:  http://www.amazon.com/They-Fought-Like-Demons-Soldiers/dp/1400033152/?tag=braipick-20

Oppression by Omission: The Untold Story of the Women Soldiers Who Dressed and Fought as Men in the Civil War

This original, handwritten manuscript of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” was written by abolitionist and social-activist Julia Ward Howe in November 1861, after visiting a group of Union soldiers training during the Civil War.   After hearing the song being performed at a large rally, a teary-eyed President Lincoln is reported to have exclaimed, “Sing it again!”

This original, handwritten manuscript of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” was written by abolitionist and social-activist Julia Ward Howe in November 1861, after visiting a group of Union soldiers training during the Civil War. After hearing the song being performed at a large rally, a teary-eyed President Lincoln is reported to have exclaimed, “Sing it again!”

"Thomas Jefferson's Monticello in Charslottesville, Virgina" tsmedley.net

Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia in autumn. I'm lucky enough to be able to say that I've been there. I'm also lucky enough to be able to say that I had a snowball fight with my friends on Thomas Jefferson's front lawn.

Three cheers for the red, white and blue!

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Battle of Lexington - a sketch that was painted to record the battle at Lexington.  This is one of the four "Doolittle Prints" which comprise the record of the battles of Lexington and Concord. I have a set of these which are among my most treasured possessions!

Boston 1775 - History, analysis, and unabashed gossip about the start of the American Revolution in Massachusetts.

Founding Fathers Project App commercial: George Washington - Teaching Kids History

Founding Fathers Project App commercial: George Washington - Teaching Kids History

Let It Begin Here!: April 19, 1775: The Day the American Revolution Began (Actual Times): Don Brown: 9781596436459: Amazon.com: Books

Let It Begin Here!: April 19, 1775: The Day the American Revolution Began (Actual Times): Don Brown: 9781596436459: Amazon.com: Books

Revolutionary War Trails

Revolutionary War Trails

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