April 19, 1775 found 77 “Minute Men” called out to Lexington Common by at least 3 “Alarm Riders” from Boston. The “Alarm Riders” were Paul Revere, William Dawes, and Samuel
Those who have attended the Revere’s Riders Rifle 125 event have probably heard the name Daniel Morgan. In July of 1775, Morgan recruited 96 men in 10 days for what
401 years ago today, November 21st, 102 passengers and 30 crew on the Mayflower landed at Plymouth Rock near modern day Cape Cod, Massachusetts after 10 weeks at sea. The
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Today, November 11, 2021, is Veterans Day where all Americans celebrate the courage and sacrifice of those who have served in our armed forces. It also happens to be the
Revere’s Riders runs several events at Camp Atterbury near Edinburgh, IN. Camp Atterbury was established in 1941 and was used for training soldiers during WWII, later a POW camp, and

On This Day: Samuel Adams is Born

On September 27, 1722, Samuel Adams was born to Samuel Adams, Sr. and Mary (Fifield) Adams. Samuel was one of twelve children only three of whom survived past their 3rd
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On this day, August 8, 1754 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Joseph Greer was born. One of eleven children, his family would move to the frontier of Staunton, Virginia and later the Watauga River area
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In his General Orders of August 7, 1782 issued from his headquarters in Newburgh, New York, George Washington decreed the creation of two Honorary Badges of Distinction and a Badge
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On July 9, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was read for the first time in New York in front of George Washington and his troops. In reaction to what had