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A New Nation’s Forgotten Indian Allies

A New Nation’s Forgotten Indian Allies

By all accounts, the Battle of Oriskany was a bloodbath. On August 6, 1777, Gen. Nicholas Herkimer of the Continental Army unwittingly led an untrained mi- litia of 800 patriots, mainly farmers, into an ambush. They were headed to Fort Stanwix in what is now Rome, New York to forces...
A Museum Comes To Life

A Museum Comes To Life

The American Revolution lasted eight years, from 1775 to 1783. It took about twice that long to conceive and build the Museum of the American Revolution. But now the $120 million, 118,000-square- foot museum, which opened on April 19 in Philadelphia, is a reality. Much of the credit goes the...
1 George Washington

1 George Washington

Thirty years before George Washington became the first president of the United States, he renovated Mount Vernon, his legendary plantation on the banks of the Potomac River. Then a 27-year-old army commander, Washington in 1759 transformed his family’s modest farmhouse into a mansion. He also moved the main entrance, the...
5 James Monroe

5 James Monroe

When James Monroe took office in 1817, the country was experiencing an unprecedented sense of euphoria. Monroe, the fifth president of the United States and the last of the founding fathers to hold the office, inherited a nation suddenly freed from foreign powers and ready to focus on domestic Elected...

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Kulture Kids Integrates Storytelling, Art and Valuable Lessons

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