Francis Perkins Describes Many Hardships Faced | The Jamestown Settlement In 1608

Francis Perkins arrived at Jamestown in March 1608 as a Laborer. He quickly becomes involved with the settlement. He writes a letter to a friend back home describing a great fire that destroys all his belonging and much of the Jamestown Fort. The conditions for the people settling in Jamestown were rough, difficult, and less than ideal.

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The Historical Diaries Was Forced To Change Names╽Here Is That Story

The Historical Diaries have officially changed their name to “The Chronicles Of History” from this day forward. Please bear with us as we get everything updated with the changes on social media. I will update some things throughout the week, but there are a lot of other things to do to ensure the change is complete. New social media links coming soon!

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The Boston Tea Party – What Happened During The Long Winter Night Of 1773

In today’s post, I will review the Boston Tea Party and lesser-known facts about an incident that played a role leading into the American Revolutionary War lasting from 1775 to 1783. These events rallied support to the revolution.

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Women Of War | Two Very Different Revolutionary Spies On Opposite Sides

The world has seen many courageous women rising up for their country. In today’s post we will be talking about two exceptionally similar women fighting on the opposite sides of war. They vastly influenced the outcome of battle with their intelligence and bravery. 

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