Category: U.S. Revolutionary War

It is dawn, August 2, 216 BC and lightning is about to strike the Roman Republic. On a ridge overlooking the expansive plain, Hannibal Barca…

Sam White was a dyed-in-the-wool Civil War fanatic. He was never happier than when he was searching for Civil War relics or restoring those that…

It has become an accepted historical fact that the South could not have won the American Civil War. The North’s advantages in finance, population, railroads,…

The American Revolutionary War saw many bitter fights and acts of cruelty. Of all its actors, none were crueler than the British cavalry commander, Sir…

Our history would always talk about the greatest achievements of noble countrymen who serve and fight for the good of their respective countries. Many written…

In history, Benedict Arnold is a controversial American figure, and is popularly remembered for his treachery, both to his nation and–more personally–to George Washington. However,…

The Missouri State Guard (MSG) had just been put together some months prior to the Lexington battle that shook the small town of Lexington for…

On 1 September 1615, Samuel de Champlain, explorer and deputy viceroy of New France, left the Huron village of Cahiague in the company of five…

On September 12, 1814, HMS Erebus sailed up the Patapsco river toward Baltimore. The British Royal Navy had been roaming free throughout Chesapeake Bay for…

The siege of Yorktown was considered to be the last major land battle of the American Revolutionary War. It was fought from 28 Sept – 19…

With the enemies’ formation looking impenetrable and the odds continuously climbing higher in their favor, the battle would take on the shapes and colors of…

The Battle of Long Island took place in Kings County, New York on August 27, 1776 as part of the New York and New Jersey…