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Author Jon Foyt And Publisher Andrew Benzie Books Release New Historical Fiction Novel The Mind of an American Revolutionary Author Jon Foyt and publisher Andrew Benzie Books are pleased to announce the release of their new historical fiction novel, The..
By Meta4 Press LLC
Producer and Director Mark Stouffer has optioned the film and movie rights to the BALLAD OF BILLY LEE: THE STORY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S FAVORITE SLAVE,” called by Joseph Ellis “one of the most poignant untold stories in American history.”
By Northeast Communications, LLC
New ColonialAmerica.com web portal is a one-stop resource for all things colonial and early American, including news, upcoming events and reenactments, articles, books, videos, games and a host of other product offerings and features.
By Carrie James Haynes' Writings
Author Jerri Hines follows up Patriot Secrets with an explosive tale of love and betrayal with RUSE OF LOVE, Winds of Betrayal Series-the saga of one's family's fervor passion for the Patriot cause and the price to be paid for that dream.
By Giulia Iannitelli
In 2011 Morristown was reminded by harsh weather of its past encounters with harsh weather – the Hard Winter of 1779-80, where George Washington and the Continental Army encountered one of the hardest winters on record.
By Princeton Battlefield Society
The best way to honor veterans and America.
By N.C. Department of Cultural Resources
“Farming Dissenters: The Regulator Movement in Piedmont North Carolina,” by Dr. Carole W. Troxler, focuses on settlers dissatisfied with local government who risked activism that has often been cited as a prelude to the American Revolution.
By Paul Thompson
Shmoop today announced a partnership with A&E Television Networks, LLC to develop content for Bio.com, the leading digital resource for biographies.
By Daniel J. Cashman
A historical novel about the American Revolutiion, dealing with smuglers and privateers, it documents the battles and events that just are not taught in school.
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