Revolutionary War and Beyond began as a hobby website for an amateur American history enthusiast. It has become one of the most popular and fastest growing websites devoted to American history and the Founding Fathers. We live in a day and age when many Americans are studying their roots... looking at where we came from to help us understand where we want to go as a nation.
Many people think our nation has gotten off track and veered away from what it once was. Some have said things such as, "It's not the way it used to be when I was younger." In an effort to understand how we have become what we are today and to get back to what we once were, many people are uncovering the old textbooks and manuscripts of the great founders of our nation... men like George Washington, James Madison, John Adams, Patrick Henry, George Mason, Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson and a long list of others.
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A makeshift army of brave farmers takes on the British Empire and becomes the most famous Rebel Alliance of all time. In 1843, 91-year-old Capt. Levi Preston was asked by a young historian why he had fought in the American Revolution. Was it the Stamp Act, the Tea Act, perhaps the treatises of John Locke? “No, sirree,” the captain countered. He had not seen any stamps, sipped any tea, or read anything other than the Bible, the catechism, and Watts’s Psalms. “What we meant in going for those Redcoats was this: we always had been free, and we meant to be always free. They didn’t mean we should.” This is the Panoramic View of that day, April 19th, 1775.
We also have the last few copies of Opus Americana - a commemorative book authored by a United States Marine.
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