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Teaching History with EdTech

It’s good to be back in the swing of things. We have been on a little road trip/vacation. We had the chance to visit some of the Lincoln historical sites in Springfield, MO while on our trip. 595 more words

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Whence the Tea Party?

In a book review in this Sunday’s N.Y. Times, George Packer made the following comment:

The revolution didn’t come — it never does in America, not since the first one, no matter how bad things get. 420 more words


Tour du PACA - Avignon

Last summer we were very lucky to spend close to 2 weeks in the South of France. What a beautiful part of the world it is, so many different landscapes and hidden treasures. 493 more words


THE RESIDENCE by Kate Anderson Brower

Available now from Harper Audio.

From the Publisher:

“A remarkable history with elements of both In the President’s Secret Service and The Butler, The Residence 

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Copernicus, the Printing Press and the Reformation

Some secular writers need some  education on the realities of history. As we can see in looking around us, neither good nor bad “religion” suffered at all from Copernicus’ theory, and neither did God, any more than it did from the pagan mass murders of the Roman emperors, or at the hand of the atheist and secular mass murderers of the Lenin, Stalin, Pol Pot, or Maoist regimes. 448 more words



My friend and fellow reenactor J.R. Hardman has been working on a documentary for the last three years called “Reenactress,” which tells the story of women reenactors and women who disguised themselves on the battlefield during the Civil War. 224 more words