Category Archives: History

Homeschooling: America’s Future

By Carrie Stoelting and Stacie Stoelting The “unsinkable” Titanic represented the finest that modern man could accomplish. People relished in Titanic’s luxury and hailed her as the unsinkable carrier of free society. Yet it only took an iceberg to sink … Continue reading

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Paul Revere’s Ride in Context

By Adam Andrews   When our kids were little, Missy and I used to read them Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s famous poem about Paul Revere. It’s a great poem—a classic by any definition. We particularly like how the poem’s imagery takes … Continue reading

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How an Ancient Italian Volcano Changed America

By Amy Barr   Several years ago my husband and I visited all the usual places while giving our children a tour of Washington, D.C. We trekked miles to see the major memorials. As we walked, we chatted about American … Continue reading

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