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Rev. John Hale: ‘We walked in the clouds and could not see our way’ - http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/rev-john-hale-we-walked-in-the-clouds-and-could-not-see-our-way/

Rev. John Hale: ‘We walked in the clouds and could not see our way’ - http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/rev-john-hale-we-walked-in-the-clouds-and-could-not-see-our-way/

Bravery Stands Tall: Lesson Plan | Students will be able to use visual evidence to generate inferences; identify ways artists' choices (i.e., composition, scale, pose and facial expressions, and lighting) convey point of view; and compose a fictional field report from the perspective of a Hessian scout. #Teachers #Education #K12

Bravery Stands Tall: Lesson Plan | Students will be able to use visual evidence to generate inferences; identify ways artists' choices (i.e., composition, scale, pose and facial expressions, and lighting) convey point of view; and compose a fictional field report from the perspective of a Hessian scout. #Teachers #Education #K12

Mary Walcott in Court. By John W. Ehninger in 1868 (The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1902)

Mary Walcott in Court. By John W. Ehninger in 1868 (The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1902)

The March to Valley Forge by William Trego in 1883 (Wikipedia)

The March to Valley Forge by William Trego in 1883 (Wikipedia)

World War 1 Victory. The war was a stalemate after four years of battle when the Americans entered, which marked a turning point in the conflict, and the war ended on November 11, 1918, setting the stage for World War II.

World War 1 Victory. The war was a stalemate after four years of battle when the Americans entered, which marked a turning point in the conflict, and the war ended on November 11, 1918, setting the stage for World War II.

Old Capitol Building and Colonial Coach, Williamsburg, VA. Postcard by Tichnor Bros., Inc. ca. 1930 (Boston Public Library)

Old Capitol Building and Colonial Coach, Williamsburg, VA. Postcard by Tichnor Bros., Inc. ca. 1930 (Boston Public Library)

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