History flows through my veins.

I’m a descendant of men who served in the American Revolution, and grew up playing in a Revolutionary War fort owned by my family. I heard fascinating stories of my ancestors’ experiences during the war for America’s liberty – stories which taught me that history is exciting.

I love using my writing, teaching, research, speaking, and genealogical skills to introduce people to the beginnings of our country when life was anything but boring.


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Guard that which is committed to thy trust.

1 Timothy 6:20

Eggnog – A Christmas Tradition

Americans have always loved their eggnog. Although the egg and milk-based punch actually originated in Britain where it derived from a medieval beverage called “posset,” it was brought to the American colonies where it remained popular. Thanks to the numerous farms in...

How Can Tea Cause Such A Stir?

During the French and Indian War (1756-1763) and Pontiac’s Rebellion (1763-1766), England’s national debt skyrocketed—in part, from the high cost of supplying its military to the American colonies to fight these two wars. After these wars ended, England recognized a...

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