Tag Archives: American Revolutionary War

Today in 1797 in Boston Harbor, the 44-gun United States Navy frigate USS Constitution is launched. — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News

from JC’s Naval, Maritime and Military News https://ift.tt/3odP1mN via IFTTT Today in 1797 in Boston Harbor, the 44-gun United States Navy frigate USS Constitution is launched. — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News Belated Launch Day. It launched October … Continue reading

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Care of the American Revolutionary Soldiers — Weapons and Warfare

There was not much money invested in medicine in the American colonies before the Revolution, and the practice of the art had not achieved either distinction or prestige. The lack of investment and low public regard may have discouraged Congress … Continue reading

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FREE ACCESS* to Fold3 Revolutionary War Records – Ends July 15, 2020

This e-mail was sent to my Spam folder and I only noticed it today as I was cleaning out the folder. Fold3 is offering free access* to Revolutionary War Records until July 15, 2020 *Access to the records in the … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day 2020 America! – July 4, 2020

Happy 244th Birthday America.  

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Yorktown Virtual Tour Guide – June 18, 2020

I noticed this on the American Battlefield Trust website – Yorktown Tour Guide: https://www.battlefields.org/visit/mobile-apps/yorktown-tour-guide. I also included the Civil War apps that are currently available for download. The apps work on many Android and Apple devices. Get the FREE app: Any … Continue reading

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How The Irish Won The American Revolution — LITERARY TITAN

How the Irish Won the American Revolution by Phillip Thomas Tucker is a historical account of the notable figures of Irish origin who fought in the American Revolution. Accounts in the books are set within the scope of the years … Continue reading

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The Boston Tea Party – What Happened During The Long Winter Night Of 1773 — THE HISTORICAL DIARIES

In today’s post, I will review the Boston Tea Party and lesser-known facts about an incident that played a role leading into the American Revolutionary War lasting from 1775 to 1783. These events rallied support to the revolution. via The Boston … Continue reading

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Indian Wars: Early Nineteenth Century — Weapons and Warfare

Major General Isaac Brock met with Shawnee chief Tecumseh in Amherstburg, Ontario and quickly established a rapport, ensuring that he would cooperate with his movements. “Where today are the Pequot? Where the Narraganset, the Mohican, the Pokanoket and many other … Continue reading

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Lineage Societies: Requirements and DNA — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

I’ve been hesitant to rock this boat, hoping this ship would right itself, but I’ve decided that this vessel needs to be swayed a bit with the hope of providing encouragement and perhaps positive motivation for change. Based on my … Continue reading

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Meet the United States and Canada Research Team at the Family History Library – FamilySearch September 6, 2019

I saw this today on FamilySearch – Meet the United States and Canada Research Team at the Family History Library – FamilySearch September 6, 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/united-states-and-canada-research-team/. Want to learn more about your ancestors who came to North America? Maybe they … Continue reading

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