Lost Dog of the American Revolution: General Howe & George Washington

The story begins on a bloody battlefield one cold foggy morning in October. A huge battle rages all around in a small place called Germantown. Men by the thousands are engaged in the fighting. Chaos is everywhere among the muskets and canons. Washington has eleven-thousand men against the British’s nine-thousand soldiers. A little dog is lost in the aftermath…

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Writing For Woman’s Suffrage – The Final Days Of Success

There were many people fighting for the rights of women for decades leading up to the women suffrage movement and the creation of The National Woman Suffrage Association (NWSA).  In the year following the ratification of the 15th amendment, the NWSA sent a voting rights petition to the Senate and House of Representatives.

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