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Molly Pitcher - Battle Of Monmouth
As her husband was carried off the battlefield, Molly grabbed the ramrod and in the heat of battle and sun, continued to swab and load the cannon.
Mildred Norman Ryder - Journey For Peace
Mildred began a true pilgrimage, on foot and faith, alone and unafraid of what she might encounter. She carried with her only what could fit in her pockets and a small satchel with petitions for peace.
Maple Sap Gathering and Dutch Baby Recipe
Long before Europeans came to the shores of what is now northeastern America, Indian tribes of Vermont and surrounding areas were gathering sap from the sugar maple trees to make a delicious syrup. One of the foods they put this wonderful syrup on is Dutch Babies.
Mammoth Cave Kentucky - Ghosts And Mummies
Visitors to the cave since the early 1800s have reported hearing voices, whispers, disembodied steps, and coughs from unexplained sources. Even some apparitions have been seen by many people.
Living History Museums In Appalachia Regions
One thing that many people love to do is visit historical sites and learn what it was like in bygone days. The best way to do this is to visit a living history museum.
Lemon And Berry Delight Cups - Recipe
With fresh or thawed frozen berries on top, it makes for an attractive dessert presentation when the ramekin is served on a pretty saucer with two thin wafer cookies on the side.
Land Of The Powhatan - History Through The 1600s
By the time the European settlement of Jamestown was built in 1607, Powhatan had added several other tribes to his domain to total thirty tribes under his control. This formed a powerful affiliation of the Powhatan paramountcy.
Julia Tutwiler - Educator and Activist
Into this time of uncertainty, turmoil, and great change was born one who would become one of Alabama's most influential citizens and an activist for education and prison reformation. Julia Strudwick Tutwiler was born in 1841.
Jonesborough - Oldest Town In Tennessee
If you are heading to the Southeastern United States anytime during spring and summer a great place to visit is Jonesborough, which is the oldest town in Tennessee. On the eastern border of Tennessee is the beautiful Appalachian Mountains and on the western border is the legendary Mississippi River.
Independence Day Of America
It was on July 2, 1776, that the Second Continental Congress of the Thirteen Colonies, voted and approved a resolution of independence from Great Britain, which was not fully realized until the end of the war.
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