Category Archives: American Experience

Just because you’re a sheep doesn’t mean you have to follow the crowd.

The volatility of some people can be like looking at a hagfish for the first time. Ugly and slimy. But at least how they look serve a purpose. The hagfish looks the way nature intended but people’s faces twisted ugly … Continue reading

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Sybil Ludington~ The Female Paul Revere.

Every American grade school child knows the story of the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere. Who was an American silversmith, engraver, early industrialist, and Patriot in the American Revolution. He made a famous horseback ride from from Concord to Lexington. … Continue reading

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A former slave named Salem Poor rallies the American militia fighters at Bunker Hill

A former slave named Salem Poor rallies American Minute Men at Bunker Hill. Born a slave in the late 1740s, Salem Poor managed to buy his freedom in 1769 for 27 pounds, which represented a year’s salary for the typical … Continue reading

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