Pioneering the Vote by Neylan McBaine

Pioneering the Vote by Neylan McBaine

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Pioneering the Vote by Neylan McBaine I dedicate this book review to Mrs. Christie Pitts. In high school I took Mrs. Pitts’ AP American History class. I passed, …

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Deep Conviction by Steven T. Collis

Cover Art of Deep Conviction by Steven T Collis

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Book Review of Slave Stealers by Timothy Ballard

Slave Stealers by Timothy Ballard

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Women of the Blue and Gray by Marianne Monson

Women of the Blue and Gray by Marianne Monson

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Review of The Nantucket Sea Monster by Darcy Pattison

The Nantucket Sea Monster by Darcy Pattison

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of The Nantucket Sea Monster: A Fake News Story by Darcy Pattison Lately it seems like there has been a lot of discussion about fake news stories. I don’t …

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Book Review of To the Moon! by Jeffrey Kluger

To the Moon by Jeffrey Kluger

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[Book Review] Remember the Ladies by Callista Gingrich

Remember the Ladies by Callista Gingrich Blurb: Ellis the Elephant is headed back to the White House! In Remember the Ladies, the seventh in Callista Gingrich’s New York Times bestselling series, Ellis meets some of America’s greatest first ladies and discovers their many contributions to American history. Join Ellis as he travels back in time to …

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Getting To Know FreedomFactor.Org

Today I wanted to take a moment to spotlight: This is Stan Ellsworth, host of American Ride, and he’s working with Freedom Factor.org to teach Americans about our history and help them read the U.S. Constitution.  This is Freedom Factor.org’s mission statement: “We at Freedom Factor have a passion for our American Heritage and want …

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Hail to the Chief (An Ellis the Elephant Story)

Hail to the Chief (An Ellis the Elephant Story) by Callista Gingrich Blurb: “Ellis the elephant is back, and he’s headed to the White House! In Hail to the Chief, the sixth in Callista Gingrich’s New York Times bestselling series, Ellis meets some of America’s greatest presidents and discovers how they have led our country throughout …

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1776

1776 by David McCullough (Summary taken from the book jacket) “In this stirring book, David McCullough tells the intensely human story of those who marched with general George Washington in the year of the Declaration of Independence–when the whole American cause was riding on their success, without which all hope for independence would have been …

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