Native Americans and Buffalo: a Conundrum

I’ve been working on articles to do with Native Americans (after a reviewer pointed out that we had very little on this topic). It’s funny how questions occur while reading up on a topic you’re not very familiar with, and you can’t find any source which even tackles the problem, let alone provides an answer. […]

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Be careful what you wish for – you might get it!

My reading of world history tells me that the saying, “Be careful what you wish for – you might get it!”, can be as true for nations as it is for individuals. Britain against France The British comprehensively defeated the French in the Seven Years’ War (1756-63). In US history this is known as the […]

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Christopher Gadsden: American Revolutionary and Designer of the Don’t Tread on Me Flag

This is the third guest article contributed by Jen Grant, blogger for American Flags What I’ve found really interesting in this thoughtful article is the insight it gives into the careers of one of the many minor figures involved in the American War of Independence. Great historical events have their leading lights, but they could […]

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