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5 Things You Should Know About Saratoga, 1777

The Battles and Surrender at Saratoga, New York, in 1777 marked a major turning point in the war. It’s a series of events filled with drama, jealously, and courage. And they had global repercussions. Today, we’ve rounded up five things … Continue reading

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Benedict Arnold: Misunderstood Hero & Bitter Traitor

The name “Benedict Arnold” is synonymous with “traitor” in American History. While there is no excusing Arnold’s treachery and broken oath as an American officer, perhaps we have created such a despicable man that we’ve ignored what he actually did … Continue reading

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