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These letters are written to Lady Liberty informing her of America’s past, present, and future by a mother who wants to preserve liberty and freedom for her daughter.  

A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM


October 17, 2017


     As a Founding Father and signer of the Declaration of Independence, Dr. Benjamin Rush was close friends to both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.  He was there when the two men worked together to carefully and diligently compose the Declaration of Independence.  Rush understood how much these two men contributed to the founding of this country...READ MORE

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WASHINGTON'S LIBERATING LETTER


September 14, 2017


     As President George Washington’s first term came to a close in 1792, he was ready to hand the reigns over to another.  When he reluctantly entered the position four years earlier, he was honored to serve, but always contended that service was temporary.  He even began constructing his valedictory, or farewell, speech ...READ MORE

THE FOUNDING FATHER OF WESTWARD

EXPANSION


September 26, 2017


      Daniel Boone knew he and his 30 men were dead men.  The warrior scouts easily surprised and overtook him as he prepared the game he just hunted.  It was only a matter of time before they found the other men gathering salt at the river...READ MORE


SHRINE OF DEMOCRACY


October 4, 2017


     It was the beginning of the “Roaring Twenties,” and middle-America was experiencing a luxury usually limited to the very rich. The booming economy gave workers enough money to enjoy a vacation.  Historian Johan LeRoy “Doane” Robinson wanted to find a way to attract those new tourists to South Dakota.  Then he looked up...READ MORE

THE FORGOTTEN BATTLE


October 10, 2017


          General Andrew Lewis knew something wasn't right when they arrived at the rendezvous point at the mouth of the Kanawha at the Ohio River.  Lewis had traveled 160 miles from Camp Union through thick forestry with his militia forces in 19 days.   He was bewildered that British Governor of Virginia John Murray, more famously known as “Lord Dunmore,” had not yet...READ MORE