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People became angry about being taxed and signed a petition that rejected the stamp act.

People became angry about being taxed and signed a petition that rejected the stamp act.

The Daughters of Liberty- They paraded, signed petitions, and organized a boycott of fine British cloth.

The Daughters of Liberty- They paraded, signed petitions, and organized a boycott of fine British cloth.

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Skulking in the Woods: Irregular Warfare in Pennsylvania During the Seven Years’ War

Skulking in the Woods: Irregular Warfare in Pennsylvania During the Seven Years’ War

Skulking in the Woods: Irregular Warfare in Pennsylvania During the Seven Years’ War - Benjamin G. "Gripping and illuminating…this account of irregular

General Edward Braddock was known as "Bulldog." He led a troop of British soldiers including George Washington, Braddock was soon ambushed in a thick forest by the French and their Indian allies. He died there in the forest and 60 men killed or injured.

General Edward Braddock was known as "Bulldog." He led a troop of British soldiers including George Washington, Braddock was soon ambushed in a thick forest by the French and their Indian allies. He died there in the forest and 60 men killed or injured.

"General James Wolfe, at Quebec" by George Townshend (1759) - Wolfe was famous for not getting along with his brigadier generals, one of which was Townshend. Perhaps as a result of this rocky relationship, Townshend, a talented cartoonist in his own right, made many small sketches lampooning life during the siege of Quebec from June to September 1759 - and making fun of Wolfe in particular. Here Wolfe is seen complaining that a twenty-five foot deep latrine was STILL not deep enough!

"General James Wolfe, at Quebec" by George Townshend (1759) - Wolfe was famous for not getting along with his brigadier generals, one of which was Townshend. Perhaps as a result of this rocky relationship, Townshend, a talented cartoonist in his own right, made many small sketches lampooning life during the siege of Quebec from June to September 1759 - and making fun of Wolfe in particular. Here Wolfe is seen complaining that a twenty-five foot deep latrine was STILL not deep enough!

Rotten Boroughs - "How to get made an MP" - Heath cartoon, 1830

A detailed account of Rotten Borough that includes includes images, quotations and the main facts of his life.

Love Letters from Henry VIII. to Anne Boleyn, with Notes--awesome link!

Love Letters from Henry VIII. to Anne Boleyn, with Notes--awesome link! Very ironic since the bastard had her head cut off not long after he wrote these.

Cardinal in a Dogwood Tree by

Cardinal in a Dogwood Tree by

Men looked death in the eye and embraced whatever came next.

16 Manly Last Words

Fort Ticonderoga’s War College of the Seven Years’ War

Limited space is still available to attend Fort Ticonderoga’s Eighteenth Annual War College of the Seven Years’ War May This annual seminar focuses on the French & Indian War in No…

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