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Posts Tagged ‘american history’

Battle of Cowpens, January 17, 1781

Battle of Cowpens, January 17, 1781

American Minute with Bill Federer British Colonel Banastre Tarleton was known as 'the bloody butcher' for letting his dragoons bayonet and hack hundreds of surrendering American soldiers at Buford's Massacre, May 29, 1780. In January of 1781, Colonel Banastre Tarleton led 1,200 of Britain's best troops, consisting of British dragoons, [...]

Spinning the 1st Amendment

Spinning the 1st Amendment

American Minute with Bill Federer "Each year on JANUARY 16, we celebrate Religious Freedom Day in commemoration of the passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom," -wrote President George W. Bush in his 2003 Proclamation. The Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom was passed by Virginia's Assembly on JANUARY 16, 1786. It [...]

Not just a Dream – a Vision for us all

Not just a Dream – a Vision for us all

American Minute with Bill Federer Martin Luther King, Jr. was born JANUARY 15, 1929. A Baptist minister like his father and grandfather, he pastored Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery and Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. He formed the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., was awarded the [...]

Georgia 1st settled January 13, 1733

Georgia 1st settled  January 13, 1733

American Minute with Bill Federer Educated at Oxford, James Oglethorpe joined the Austrian army at age 17 and fought to free Belgrade, Serbia, from Muslim Turkish control. At age 21, he returned to England, where he unintentionally killed a man in a brawl and went to prison. Upon release, Oglethorpe followed his father's footsteps and [...]

Edmund Burke born January 12, 1729

Edmund Burke born January 12, 1729

  Edmund Burke American Minute with Bill Federer "ALL that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." This famous quote was from British statesman Edmund Burke, who was born JANUARY 12, 1729. He was considered the most influential orator in the House of Commons. Edmund Burke stands out in history for, as a [...]

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