A Journal of People, Issues, and Events in 18th Century America
|Vol. I No. 1||Summer 1996|
- Early America’s Bloodiest Battle
- Benjamin Franklin and Religious Discrimination
- Twenty-four Hours in the Life of Nathan Hale:
His Capture and Execution
- The Surrender of Cornwallis:
The Portrait by John Trumbull
- A Letter From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison
- Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier
|Vol. I No. 2||Fall 1996|
- Sons of Liberty: Patriots or Terrorists?
- James Chalmers and “Plain Truth”
A Loyalist Answers Tom Paine
- Mad Anthony Wayne at Fallen Timbers
- Sir William Johnson — Indian Superintendent
His Role In America’s Colonial Expansion
- What’s Wrong With This Picture?
- The Whiskey Rebellion: Taxing “Sin” — Then and Now
- Unruly Women: Jemima Wilkins and Deborah Sampson Gannett
- The Indian Burial Ground — A Poem by Philip Freneau
|Vol. I No. 3||Winter 1996-1997|
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