This Day in Wyoming History… Wyoming’s Territorial Government Organized and Gov Campbell’s Role Becomes Official
Belle Wunderly Campbell (Wyoming's 1st Territorial First Lady) wrote this essay on “Patriotism of American Women” for school in 1861. She was also valedictorian. (Wyoming State Archives Campbell Collection C-1049)
This article deals with the Patriotism , Not Laws Or Elections .You will gather all the required information from this essay.We have to toss aside those who now stride the Indian scene because they have neither the ideas to move the nation nor the resolve to make that happen. We must turn for inspiration to the very few towering figures of the Indian revolution. One of them was Subhas Chandra Bose.
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Students of all ages can write a report/essay on where they were on Patriot's day (if born yet) and what they know about it so far. They can add a conclusion after they learn more about it to write down how it makes them feel. This can have a journaling effect and be very healthy as well as educational.