Eighteenth Century History
Interviewing President Lincoln in the year 2013 – Reflecting back on the Civil War ---- by Michael M. Nakade Teacher: Thank you, Mr. Lincoln for being here today. My students are eager to ask you lots of...
While most think of the US Virgin Islands as a vacation paradise, it wasn't always paradisaical for its residents. These tropical islands were colonized by Europeans in the early 18th century in order to establish a...
George Muller: A Biographical Summary of the Man Who Fed Orphans and Received Millions by Prayer Alone
When I think about George Muller, the story that comes to mind is when those that ran the orphanage he started came to him one day, anxious because they had no food left to feed the children. George calmly told them to...
This page is a summary of tricks I've learned through the years to make wearing Colonial clothing easier and more practical.
Between 1756 and 1763 Europe was immersed in a general conflict between the major powers. Prussia, having precipitated the war, fought for survival against a coalition of Austria, Russia and France.
American elementary school students learn each of the fifty State Capitals within the United States. Many are shocked to learn that Albany is the State Capital of New York. Many more are shocked to learn...
During the 18th Century, political thinkers exposed the injustices within society. This prompted many changes towards the idea of enlightenment. Are we enlightened today? Or just as blind as the past?
And so the young princess from one of the poorest and most insignificant principalities in Germany, House of Anhalt, arrived in Russia and began her journey to greatness, Sophie, who would become Grand Duchess Ekaterina...
The federalist papers are many articles that promoted the ratification of the United States Constitution. And this is my summary of them.
Today, it is common to compare the American and French Revolutions. But how much do they really have in common? In this essay, I argue that they have little to do with each other.
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