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Bob Cerullo

The great irony is the Battle of the Chesapeake was the greatest naval battle ever fought in American waters. Yet, there were no Americans aboard either side’s ships in the battle, which would be the turning point of the American Revolution. more

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Ravaged by time and hidden from view, what remains is as incredible as is the story of how it began and what happened there. more

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When British and American diplomats met to draw the definitive boundary between the United States and Canada, they relied upon Mitchell's map to set the borders of a new nation, thus creating the concept of an independent United States of America. more

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Describing Robert Carter III as a “councillor” is a grand irony. It is like describing President Abraham Lincoln as a country lawyer, Thomas Jefferson as a writer, or George Washington as a surveyor. more

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“Once let the black man get upon his person the brass letter, U.S. ..., there is no power on earth that can deny that he has earned the right to citizenship.” -- Frederick Douglass more

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Riding the Painted Ponies more

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