History

(E-Book) Algonquin Indian Tales

(E-Book) Algonquin Indian Tales

The following book was originally published in 1903 by Egerton R. Young. The book contains a collection of Algonquin Indian Tales as redistributed by Mr. Young.

The Short Lived State (Nation) of Franklin

The Short Lived State (Nation) of Franklin

The Short Lived State Nation of Franklin      If you are like most individuals you will have no issue naming the states that make up the United States of America. However, if you were asked to name a state (or Nation) within the Union, […]

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence

Yesterday was July 4th and the United States of America celebrated the anniversary of its freedom from the rule of King George III. I took note of the posts on social media yesterday, to see if anyone mentioned the reasons behind the split from colonies to […]

Gaius “Caligula” Caesar

Gaius “Caligula” Caesar

Originally published on July 02, 2017 by Misty Hamilton Smith for HIS-321 Ancient World of Greece & Rome at Southern New Hampshire University.

Homer & Virgil, a Comparison

Homer & Virgil, a Comparison

Originally published on June 25, 2017, by Misty Smith for HIS-321 Ancient World of Greece & Rome at Southern New Hampshire University.

The Fall of Democracy in Greece

The Fall of Democracy in Greece

Originally published on June 4, 2017, by Misty Smith for HIS-321 Ancient World of Greece & Rome at Southern New Hampshire University.

Japanese Internment: A Black Mark On The History Of The United States

Japanese Internment: A Black Mark On The History Of The United States

Originally published in 2016 during Term 16EW1, by Misty Smith, for HIS-114 U.S. History II: 1865-Present at Southern New Hampshire University.

The Pragmatism of the Loyalists

The Pragmatism of the Loyalists

Originally published in 2016 during Term 16EW5, by Misty Smith, for HIS-113 U.S. History I: 1607-1865 at Southern New Hampshire University.

Civil Rights, Religious Freedoms, and the Constitution

Civil Rights, Religious Freedoms, and the Constitution

Originally published on May 29, 2016, by Misty Smith for POL-210 American Politics at Southern New Hampshire University.