by Don Vitale C’Mon, folks, ‘fess up. It’s the same question you always wondered about…but never bothered to find out:
by Don Vitale It was 10 in the morning when George Washington rode his horse through heavy snow to inspect his plantation at Mount Vernon.
by Don Vitale I guess you thought all of our colonists….in those early days….were of the same mind.I mean, about separating from those nasties in the mother country.
by Don Vitale Historians say it’s the most famous duel in American History. I agree….definitely one for the history books.
by Don Vitale As would-be students of America’s Founding, we’re all familiar with the Declaration of Independence, right?
by Don Vitale Let’s get one thing straight. If you really don’t know anything about Meriwether Lewis– who he was, what he did– I’ll have to fill in the details. We both need to be on the same page, at least historically.
by Don Vitale Of all the stories of our First President, especially those known as myths and fables, the one that says George Washington wore false teeth that were made of wood is at the top of the list.
by Don Vitale The “he” we’re talking about– if you haven’t figured it out yet– is Benedict Arnold.
by Don Vitale I kid you not, it’s true! Thomas Jefferson– our country’s third President, an American Founding Father, the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence– yes, my friends, he absolutely and unequivocally died broke.
by Don Vitale As students we have all thrilled to the story of Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride through the Massachusetts countryside warning the colonists of the impending British Army. It was a clear cool night on April 18, 1775.