Deplorable. Tragic. Unrelenting. But don’t take my word for it. On 28 October 1780, The Pennsylvania Packet (pages 1-2) ran the disposition of Peter Ozeas, of Reading, Pennsylvania, who gave […]
It is bad enough that the writers and producers (who hold some of the blame) simply can’t be bothered to do any fact-checking or even make a god damned timeline for their own writing use. Instead, it seems, they write like they have a bullet-point list in the office that consists of people, places, and events that they randomly throw darts at to determine what Crane will say next, where he will go next, who he knew.
So here’s Tuesday’s post-Sleepy Hollow premiere discussion (WARNING: spoilers below): As always, the show had some really funny parts. Crane on Birthday’s is amusing, but his car-driving skills need work! […]
With beautiful weather and awesome people, greatness collided to make for a fun Market and Muster event at the scenic Washington Crossing Historic Park. Several Pennsylvania Rev War reenacting units […]
Last Friday night, Eric Frein, an anti-government extremist who is considered “libertarian leaning” by colleagues and friends, opened fire on two State Troopers outside one of their barracks in Pennsylvania. […]
Pennsylvania’s frontier had been wild long before the onset of the American Revolution. But by 1780, it had become a hot mess. The Clinton-Sullivan Expedition had brought war to the […]
Today I was lucky enough to spend time going through manuscripts of Revolutionary War muster rolls and returns from 1776-1783 at the Easton Public Library. The rolls below are a […]