Tag Archives: Princeton University

“God willing and the Creek don’t rise.”

If you are from a certain geographical area of the United States the title of this post is a saying you have heard numerous times. Heck, you may even use it yourself. I’ll admit that I have found usage of … Continue reading

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Review: Rethinking America From Empire to Republic by John M. Murrin

In the introduction, Andrew Shankman narrows down the one word that has driven the history career of Dr. John M. Murrin; “Anglicization.” (page 1). ┬áThis process happened in a period of approximately 60 years, as the colonists along the eastern … Continue reading

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