U.S History ╽Young Women Homesteaders & The Promise Of The West -Letters To Home

In light of this being the first day of Women’s History Month, I wanted to share letters from women who managed to build homes and a life all on their own starting at the begging of the 1900s.The Homestead Act allowed people to work land out west in order to own it after a period of time. Their stories are inspiring and enlightening.

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Short Story╽In The Shadows: The Guardian Angel Of New York By Samantha James

I wrote a new short story titled In The Shadows: The Guardian Angel of New York and I am really hoping everyone enjoys reading it. I could really use any feedback, thoughts, opinions, criticism, encouragement, and everything else. As you guys all know, I am still bit of a green writer learning the ropes through this blog so any suggestions gives helps!

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History ╽The Prophet’s Bodyguard: A Look at the Life of Orrin Porter Rockwell – Part One

Orrin Porter Rockwell was a figure of the Wild West period of American history. A lawman in the Utah Territory. Rockwell served as a bodyguard of Joseph Smith. In today’s post, our guest writer, author of the blog History Here and Now , Thomas Richardson, shows us an unexpected side of the man whose story makes him an American legend.

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