In 1778, the Pennsylvania Packet published a series of letters, back and forth, between Thomas Paine and the author of Plain Truth (perhaps James Chalmers), a loyalist tract. On Christmas […]
Washington’s army stood on the brink of disaster; the future of America with it. He had moved a detachment of his army across the Delaware into Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in […]
I mean it is wildly inaccurate. But so much fun.
I may end up adding more edited photos later. Here are the raw images. Here are some edited photos:
Continuing on with a series of primary sources dealing with the battles of Lexington and Concord as we approach the anniversary, here are a few fictitious accounts of the battles […]
As we approach the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, let me offer this eyewitness account from the British perspective. A few things struck me as interesting about […]
Good news everyone! The next annual volume from JAR is due out in a few months. I have three submissions in this one about which I’m very excited! Check out […]