Dr. Joseph Warren, 1741 – 1775 Dr. Joseph Warren is one of those patriots who we barely remember, if his name is even mentioned outside history circles. It’s a shame
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Let’s talk about some less remembered players over the next few weeks and see if we can find their motivations for risking ‘Life, Fortunes, and their Sacred Honor.’ That was
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Have you watched the TV miniseries John Adams? While it suffers from some inaccuracies of time-line, and scholars will forever argue over personality portrayals, I liked it. It was very
War is not a life: it is a situation, one which may neither be ignored nor accepted. —T.S. Elliot How did our revolution of minds and hearts become a revolution
And what of the threat, what of Gage’s order to enforce the Coercive Acts, by any means necessary? That is the question I left you with last week. It would
A revolution? What is that, precisely? We hear about the revolution all the time, but what we are really hearing about is the Revolutionary War. The shooting part. That is what
Welcome back! Before I go any further I would like to clear something up. It eats at me that we are constantly told we live in a democracy. We do not.
Dave’s Corner
This is the first in an occasional series of articles by Mr. Dave Goodrich, one of the Directors on our Board. Welcome to Revere’s Riders. If this is your first time