#OTD, November 2, 1734, one of America’s most celebrated pioneers who blazed the trail of westward expansion, is born. What is a pioneer, and why are they so important?
Pioneer days are just about gone. Yet, people still long to retire to the woods, build cabins, deal with the elements, fish in rivers, explore the wilderness, and enjoy the evening campfire; kids still play games that find their origins in pioneer days. Frontier ways are woven into the fabric of our national ideas of…
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If the world was round, why was it not possible to sail eastward to India? What nations sought to answer these questions? What marriage consolidated a country which would rule the seas?
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Trade relations between Europe and Asia in relation to the dawn of American history. How eastern products made their way to Europe. What event greatly hindered those trade routes? Marco Polo’s report. The shape of the earth and its role in finding new trade routes.
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Become a Patron on my Patreon Page for a minimum of $5.00, and you will have access to this Audiobook and many others. This is a clear reading of the Declaration of Independence. Our Constitution recognizes the Declaration of Independence as America’s birth certificate. Both documents, therefore, should be considered together. Every American, however, should read the Declaration first.
Let us never forget the document which birthed our nation and gave hope to oppressed people all over the world.
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John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Thomas Jefferson, John Jay, Abraham Lincoln, and FDR tell us what they think about the Bible.
Did you know that American soldiers, before they left to fight in WW2, were given a Gideon’s New Testament especially printed for them with a note from FDR? What did he write?
Finally, how do you know you’re reading it wrong? Find out.
Listen to, What Presidents and a Justice said about the Bible
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