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In the Spirit of Freedom

September 14th, 1776 Greetings to you of Boston. Today, musket smoke clouds the sky, and the sharp rat-tat-tat of the drums permeates the heavy silence that hangs before a battle. In your Revolution against conformity, you have sought freedom from the British regime. At last, it has come to this: full, brutal war. But even […]

Post Revolutionary War Letter From George Washington

Our newly elected president George Washington has publicly announced the following in his letter to the future presidents of America To The Future Leaders of this Country I need not to say much but to say everything. You, the future leaders of this land which I have defended and helped bring into the light of […]

Support The War

1775 -The Coercive Acts, also known as the Intolerable Acts, were passed a few months ago.  These acts were passed by England to punish colonists for the Boston Tea Party. Boston Harbor is now closed until all of the ruined tea is paid for.  Massachusetts’ charter also has been cancelled, and royal officials who have been accused of […]

Imports- Just Say ‘No’

Boston 1768– And the money keeps rolling in from every side… for the British Parliament! They have been taxing our colonists over and over again f0r almost  every product available:  stamps, sugar, tea, lead, glass, paper, etc. The list seems endless! And now we just have to ask why. Why is Britain’s King George III […]

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