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Enjoy the July 2018 Edition (it's packed!):
- Declaring Independence: May 20, 1775 or July 4, 1776?
- Radical Presbyterianism: Seeds of Revolution?
- The First and Last Men of the Revolution
- Feisty Females: Women of the Revolution
- Overmountain Men, America's Humble Heroes
- Drawing the Line: Quakers in Conscientious Crisis
- Nineteenth Century Rainmaking (Part II)
- July 4, 1876: It Was a Blast!
- The Dash: Shadrack, Meshack and Abednego Pierson
- AND MORE!
Keywords: Adam Link, Alexander Craighead, Alexander Milliner, Book of Ages by Jill LePore, Common Sense, Daniel Frederick Bakeman, Daniel Waldo, Declaration of Independence, Digging History, Digging History Magazine, Feisty Females, Frank Melbourne, General Nathanael Greene, John Adams, John Lacey, Last Men of the Revolution, Lemuel Cook, Lomer Griffin, Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, Mecklenburg North Carolina, My Name Is Resolute, Nineteenth century rainmaking, Overmountain Men, Owen Biddle, Patience Wright, Quakers in Revolutionary War, Radical Presbyterianism, Rain Wizard, Samuel Downing, Scots-Irish, Shadrack Meshack and Abednego Pierson, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, William Hutchings
2 Reviews for July 2018
Gary F. - Wednesday, July 4, 2018I really enjoyed July's Issue, Meshack Pierson is my 5th Great Grandfather; he and my other 5th Great Grandfather Thomas Fitzsimmons were both in the Revolutionary War at the same time and in close proximatey to one another, but they never knew one another until later when their children married.
Linnea Dickerson - Monday, July 2, 2018What an issue! There is so much in this issue I did not know; like the predated Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Growing up in Virginia, and being an avid history buff, I know what a talented and intelligent man Thomas Jefferson was. His home (Monticello) is just outside of Charlottesville and filled with his inventions! I am hoping that the issues covered in both Declarations were the same, thoughts the same and the qualities were not plagerism, but built on the commonality of those advocating for independence. I guess I will have to study them side by side.
I look forward each and every month for these magazines and thoroughly enjoy them cover to cover. Thank you, Sharon, for you continued dedication to supply is “history geeks” with such historically packed issues!