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.  


May 25, 2017

     Standing at her washtub, Sarah readied to start the huge load in front of her.  While bent over the washboard, she looked at her arms covered in soapsuds.  She thought to herself, “What are you going to do when you grow old and your back gets stiff?  Who is going to take care of your little girl?”  It was at that moment, Sarah took complete control of her life...READ MORE

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June 2, 2017

     Even after America won her independence from King George III, England, France and Spain desired to gain control of the Pacific Northwest and Oregon Territory.  Yet so did President Thomas Jefferson.  A few non-native explorers traveled the wild, untamed western lands, but one had yet to lay claim to them.  Jefferson was determined to change that...READ MORE


June 8, 2017

     As the United States tried to stay out of World War I, Germany was bound and determined to conquer the world.  After three years of fighting, the Allied Powers, led by Great Britain and France, were struggling in their war efforts.  This only emboldened Germany, whose arrogance and aggressiveness eventually led them to cause the one thing they didn't want, an American entrance into the war....READ MORE


June 15 , 2017

     Stephen tossed a stone into the pitch black pit, counting 2.5 seconds before hearing it hit the bottom.  He turned to H. C. Stevenson knowing full well both men were still determined to cross the 6-foot wide gap.  After a moment of discussion, they gathered two cedar ladders to use as bridges.  Their hearts pounded as success would open miles of unknown paths...READ MORE


June 23, 2017

     “We meet on the broad pathway of good faith and good-will; no advantage shall be taken on either side, but all shall be openness and love. We are the same as if one man’s body was to be divided into two parts; we are of one flesh and one blood.”  

     William Penn stood before the leaders of the Lenni Lenape, or Delaware, tribe as he humbly pledged his honest friendship.... READ MORE