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Clarence B. Carson

Of Rights and Responsibilities, by Clarence Carson


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John F. Kennedy born May 29, 1917

John F. Kennedy born May 29, 1917

American Minute with Bill Federer Awarded the Navy's medal of heroism during World War II and the Pulitzer Prize for his book Profiles in Courage, he was the youngest elected President, serving just over 1,000 days before being shot. This was John F. Kennedy, born MAY 29, 1917. Kennedy stated in his Inaugural, January 20, 1961: "I have sworn [...]

Noah Webster on Education and the Bible

Noah Webster on Education and the Bible

American Minute with Bill Federer The earliest human records appeared about 3,000 or 4,000 BC - Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets in the Mesopotamian Valley. This was followed by Egyptian hieroglyphics on papyrus, and Chinese characters on bamboo books. Writing was first an accounting method for scribes to keep track of all the king [...]

A Man Called Peter

A Man Called Peter

American Minute with Bill Federer Twentieth-Century Fox made a motion picture in 1955 titled A Man Called Peter, about the life of U.S. Senate Chaplain Peter Marshall, born MAY 27, 1902. At the age of 25, Peter Marshall emigrated from Scotland, arriving at New York's Ellis Island in 1927. Members of his Sunday School class paid his way to [...]

John Wayne – an American Icon

John Wayne – an American Icon

John Wayne in Rio Bravo. (Photo credit: Howard Hawkes Rio Bravo Trailer, photo has been retouched) American Minute with Bill Federer A veteran of the Civil War was a soldier of Presbyterian Scots-Irish descent named Marion Mitchell Morrison. His grandson of the same name, Marion Mitchell Morrison, born MAY 26, 1907, became an Academy award [...]

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier American Minute with Bill Federer Southern women scattered spring flowers on graves of both northern Union and southern Confederate soldiers of the Civil War in which over a half-million died. Many places claimed to have held the original Memorial Day, such as: Warrenton, Virginia; Columbus, Georgia; Savannah, [...]

America’s Character

America’s Character

American Minute with Bill Federer William Lloyd Garrison published the Boston anti-slavery paper "Liberator" and founded the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1833. Suffering hundreds of death threats for his politically incorrect stand on the value of human life, William Lloyd Garrison died MAY 24, 1879. He wrote: "I desire to thank God, that [...]

Kit Carson – Frontiersman

Kit Carson – Frontiersman

American Minute with Bill Federer Fur trapper, Indian agent, and soldier was Kit Carson. His exploits west of the Mississippi were as famous as Daniel Boone's east. Kit Caron's father fought in the Revolutionary War, then moved with his family from Kentucky to a tract of land in Missouri owned by Daniel Boone's sons. At age 16, Kit Carson [...]

NATIONAL MARITIME DAY

NATIONAL MARITIME DAY

Robert Fulton American Minute with Bill Federer The SS SAVANNAH left MAY 22, 1819, from Savannah, Georgia, and 25 days later arrived in Liverpool, England, completing the first trans-Atlantic voyage by steamship. To pay tribute to the American Merchant Marine, President Franklin Roosevelt designated MAY 22, 1933, as NATIONAL MARITIME [...]

American Red Cross started May 21, 1881

American Red Cross started May 21, 1881

American Minute with Bill Federer The American Red Cross was organized MAY 21, 1881, by a schoolteacher named Clara Barton. The first woman to be a clerk at the U.S. Patent Office, Clara Barton moved to Washington at the outbreak of the Civil War. She distributed relief supplies to wounded soldiers and, at the request of President Lincoln, [...]

The Spirit of St. Louis

The Spirit of St. Louis

American Minute with Bill Federer MAY 20, 1927, at 7:52am, one of the greatest feats in aviation began as 25-year-old Charles A. Lindbergh left Roosevelt Field in Long Island, New York, in his silver monoplane named The Spirit of St. Louis. Thirty-three and a half hours later he landed in Paris, completing the first solo flight across the [...]

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