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Archiving Early America provides the in-depth background that allows you to understand this country’s formative years.
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Archiving Early America
Your Window Into America’s Founding Years
October 21, 1769
Lives of Famous Early Americans
At Lives of Famous Early Americans you’ll find Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography. Discover Franklin’s shrewd observations on literature, philosophy and religion in what is considered the greatest autobiography published in Colonial America.
The U.S. Constitution is the greatest document for personal freedom ever written by man. You’ll find it at Freedom Documents, along with the Declaration of Independence and theBill of Rights. Read the first public printing of the Constitution as it appeared in The Pennsylvania Packet on September 19, 1787.
Music of Early America
HEAR the music of our ancestors at Music of Early Americawhile downloading music played during George Washington’s lifetime.
AMAZING Photos of the Last Veterans of The Revolutionary War In The Early America Review!
The Legends and Myths
of Early America
A Quick Read Blog on Facts and Fictions in Early America.
Download Our Free App to Visit Early America’s Historic Sites As You Tour The Original 13 Colonies!
Our eBook Section Lets You Download Books from Early America’s Past!
Defining George Washington
Relive George Washington’s historic trip at the age of 21 to the Ohio Valley as you read his personal account at George Washington’s Journal. Did General Washington’s spectacles really avert a conspiracy and save the Republic? Find out atWashington’s Spectacles. Washington’s Farewell Address To The Nation offered advice and counsel on a number of issues to Americans. Is his advice still relevant today? Read his Farewell Address and decide.
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A Jefferson Primer
Thomas Jefferson was endowed with a multitude of diverse talents and interests. A close study of his life reveals accomplishments as lawyer, architect, naturalist, paleontologist, inventor, agronomist and linguist.
Pioneer Women Helped Shape America’s Formative Years. Do Your Students Know Who, How Or Why? Learn The Answer In Our Library Of Free eBooks!