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John Adams: There’s a Divinity that Shapes Our Ends

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Daniel Webster records that in 1776, while some men vacillated as to Independence, John Adams, the "Voice of the Declaration,"...

John Adams: There’s a Divinity that Shapes Our Ends

LIBERTY LETTERS, 1776 Daniel Webster records that in 1776, while some men vacillated as to Independence, John Adams, the "Voice of the Declaration," arose and...

John Wilkes—The Warning

Background of the American Revolution Shortly after the First Continental Congress concludes, the House of Commons debates declaring the colonies in rebellion. A member of...

The American Crisis, Thomas Paine, 1776

American Minute with Bill Federer The Continental Army was driven out of New York and New Jersey. Ranks dwindled from 20,000, after the Declaration of Independence...

Samuel Adams: Father of the Revolution

Liberty Letters with Steve Farrell As I have noted before, Samuel Adams was one of the first victims of the historical revisionism of that socialist...

John Hancock: Men For Our God and the Cities of Our God

LIBERTY LETTERS, JOHN HANCOCK Let us play the man for our GOD, and for the cities of our GOD...By a faithful discharge of our duty...

Christmas Past—Christmas Present

By Diane Alden The NewsMax Years #34 Still ON TARGET: Christmas 2000 Americans have a Christmas legacy. I know for a fact this legacy lives today...

Samuel Adams to The Sons of Liberty—Repeal of the Stamp Act

American Correspondence In 1769—on the third anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act—Samuel Adams composes a letter to his fellow Sons of Liberty reminding...

Samuel Adams: A Biographical Sketch, by Frank Moore

Americanist History SAMUEL ADAMS: A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH, BY FRANK MOORE Source: American Eloquence: A Collection of Speeches and Addresses by the Most Eminent Orators of America,...

Paul Revere At Lexington: In His Own Words

Americanist History, Paul Revere: 1775 Many of us have read Longfellow's marvelous poem "Paul Revere's Ride;" the account given below is from a deposition which...

Hamilton on the Disastrous Inefficiencies of The Confederation

Liberty Letters, Alexander Hamilton, 1778 Editor's Note: The date is 13 February 1778; the Articles of Confederation had just been sent to the states for...

The Fate of Blood-Thirsty Oppressors and God's Care of His Distressed People

Called Unto Liberty, Jonas Clark, Founding Era Sermons A SERMON PREACHED AT LEXINGTON, APRIL 19, 1776. To commemorate the MURDER, BLOODSHED, and Commencement of Hostilities, between...

The Pulpit and the American Revolution: Jonathan Mayhew

Leonard O. Goenaga Article Series: The Pulpit and the Patriots WEEK 2: The Pulpit and the American Revolution: Jonathan Mayhew (1720-1766) Jonathan Mayhew is one such example...

The Pulpit and the American Revolution: Major Themes

Leonard O. Goenaga Article Series: The Pulpit and the Patriots Week 1: The Pulpit and the American Revolution: Major Themes When the question is given, ‘whose...

In Opposition to Writs of Assistance

I declare that I will to my dying day oppose with all the powers and faculties God has given me all such instruments of slavery and villainy as this writ of assistance

Paul Revere’s Ride: In His Own Words

Paul Revere—silversmith, engraver, and Son of Liberty—recounts his actions and those of other Sons of Liberty on the eve of the events at Lexington and Concord.

Paul Revere's Ride: In His Own Words

Paul Revere—silversmith, engraver, and Son of Liberty—recounts his actions and those of other Sons of Liberty on the eve of the events at Lexington and Concord.

Novanglus Essay No. 12 – John Adams

Rome never introduced the terms Roman empire until the tragedy of her freedom was compleated. Before that, it was only the republic, or the city. -John Adams

Novanglus Essay No. 11 – John Adams

Americans understand the laws and the politicks as well as themselves. It will be very difficult to chicane them out of their liberties by “fictions of law.”

Novanglus Essay No. 10 – John Adams

America never consented to be a dependant upon or subordinate to the British parliament excepting only in the regulation of her commerce. Irish case compared.

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