The chapters lead you through the major events which took place, including the Boston Tea Party and the significant clashes between the armies. Read on your computer, smartphone, Kindle Reader, MAC, iPad, or Tablet. The american revolution, which had its roots in 1765 with a rejection of British authority to tax the colonies without fair representation and ended with the British defeat at Yorktown, was one of the most momentous events in the history of the North American continent.
The odds faced by the colonists were almost overwhelming. Other chapters include;✓ a series of oppressions✓ death and taxes✓ out of many, one✓ war in earnest✓ Voices of Liberty✓ IndependenceThe rights to life, and the pursuit of happiness were what gave the colonists the impetus and courage to continue a fight, liberty, which at times looked to be a hopeless lost cause at best, to eventually win the freedom they yearned for.
Benjamin Franklin - Thomas Jefferson - Benedict Arnold - John Hancock - Lafayette - American Revolution: A History From Beginning to End George Washington #ad - The new government they created was unlike anything seen before and became a model for democracies around the world. American revolution is a compelling read, packed with historical information. If you are a student of the era, or simply want to know a little more about this fascinating period of history, then this book is one you cannot afford to pass by.
American Indian Wars: A History From Beginning to End#ad - This is a concise telling of the american indian wars, from the earliest Beaver Wars in the seventeenth century between French, Dutch, and British settlers and their Native American allies to the tragic confrontation at Wounded Knee Creek at the end of the nineteenth century. As white settlers gradually spread over what is now the United States of America, they encountered Native American tribes.
American Indian Wars: A History From Beginning to End #ad - An official united states census report published in 1898 noted at least 40 wars which had taken place in the previous 100 years. American indian wars* * *download for free on kindle unlimited + free BONUS Inside!* * *Read On Your Computer, MAC, iPad, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, or Tablet. The american indian wars, were complex, a series of conflicts between white settlers and Native Americans which took place in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, brutal and many.
The white settlers wanted to create farms and ranches. The conflicts which resulted were numerous, violent, and localized. The total number of individual wars probably numbers well over 100, though many were localized and on a very small scale. Inside you will read about.
The History of the United States: A Captivating Guide to American History, Including Events Such as the American Revolution, French and Indian War, Boston Tea Party, Pearl Harbor, and the Gulf War#ad - And when those soldiers won the struggle against Spain in Cuba, they could never have dreamed that later in the century, Cuba itself would turn against them and become the single greatest threat of nuclear annihilation during the Cold War. When the wright brothers first took to the air and thomas edison made the lightbulb, they could never have dreamed that American innovation would produce not only the Ford car, and Facebook, the telephone, basketball, but it would also be instrumental in creating the atomic bombs that killed hundreds of thousands of people and finally brought an end to the Second World War.
Never could the slaves of the great plantations of the South have dreamed that that day would ever come, but it did. Nobody could have dreamed it, but it all came to pass, and it became the history of the United States of America. When the civil war was finally won by the union, the military leaders could never have dreamed that within the next half century, and all African Americans' chains were broken at last, the United States would emerge as one of the world's greatest military powers during the Spanish-American War.
When native americans first witnessed those white sails bringing ships with white sailors into their world for the first time, they could never have dreamed that within a few centuries their population would be all but destroyed, that they would have to endure massacre after massacre, be stripped of their freedom and confined to comparatively tiny reservations, and walk the Trail of Tears within the next few hundred years.
The History of the United States: A Captivating Guide to American History, Including Events Such as the American Revolution, French and Indian War, Boston Tea Party, Pearl Harbor, and the Gulf War #ad - When the preachers of the great awakening stood on the backs of wagons or bits of old tree stumps and told the American people a new story of individual freedom and the power of ordinary people, they could never have dreamed that their preaching would trigger a landslide of abolitionism that would end in a civil war that almost tore the entire country apart.
He had a dream of equality and brotherhood, and his dream at least partially came true in 2008 when America saw the inauguration of its first black president. And this is how it all happened.
Indus Valley Civilization: A History from Beginning to End#ad - It also created very large cities, carefully planned and laid out where almost every house had its own bath and flush toilet, thousands of years before such things became common in other parts of the world. Indus valley civilization* * *free bonus inside!* * *Read On Your Computer, Kindle Reader, MAC, Smartphone, iPad, or Tablet.
In the late 1800s, british engineers building some of the first railways in the Dominion of India discovered large numbers of bricks buried in the dusty plains of the Punjab. This was odd because historians were not aware of any cities or civilizations which might have constructed buildings in this area.
It wasn’t until archeological expeditions in the 1920s that it was finally realized that these bricks were the remains of mighty cities built by a previously unknown ancient civilization. Inside you will read about. Discovery ✓ excavation of harappa✓ origins✓ life and death in the indus Valley✓ Downfall of the Indus Valley CivilizationAnd much more!This culture has become known as the Indus Valley Civilization or sometimes the Harappan Civilization, after Harappa, the first city to be discovered.
Indus Valley Civilization: A History from Beginning to End #ad - We are still learning about these people, but this is what we know so far about the mysterious Indus Valley Civilization. It has proved to be one of the largest ancient cultures, having a population of over five million people at its height and covering an area of one and a half million square kilometers.
Somehow, the harappans seem to have controlled this vast territory without having a large army or by conquering other weaker cultures, and they did not seem to have a single ruler such as a king or emperor.
Saint Augustine: A Life From Beginning to End#ad - Saint augustine* * *download for free on kindle unlimited + free bONUS Inside!* * *Read On Your Computer, MAC, Kindle Reader, Smartphone, iPad, or Tablet. Although he was born in what was considered the backwaters of the Roman Empire, Saint Augustine of Hippo has long been renowned for his early religious and philosophical thought.
Born to a pagan father and a devoutly Christian mother, he seemed destined to be at a crossroads. Inside you will read about. The son of a pagan✓ augustine’s love child✓ the road that led to rome✓ looking toward Christianity✓ The Priest of Hippo✓ A Founding Father of the ChurchAnd much more!To say that this esteemed theologian was a complex man would be an understatement.
He tackled such things as the condition of the soul and the omnipotence of God. In his life he was both a sinner and a saint, such as the Confessions and the City of God, and his seminal works, prove that somewhere at the intersection of tremendous faith and terrible human frailty you will find the greatness of Saint Augustine.
Saint Augustine: A Life From Beginning to End #ad - . During the course of his tenure as bishop of the North-African city of Hippo, Augustine often gained as many critics as he did followers. He has been called a doctor of the Church for his unrivaled ability of patching up even the most complex of theological questions. Saint augustine’s life held many contradictions from the very beginning.
Harriet Tubman: A Life From Beginning to End Biographies of Women in History Book 2#ad - She was the first black woman to lead an assault in the war. It was a dark period in American history that saw the emergence of a number of heroes. Inside you will read about. Slavery in a new world: the foundation of a new economy ✓ araminta “minty” ross: harriet tubman’s early years ✓ tubman, the freedom fighter: her years as a conductor ✓ Civil War in the United States: Tubman’s role in a country divided ✓ Life after freedom: Tubman’s later years ✓ Lessons learned: Tubman’s legacy And much more!Harriet Tubman was an uncommonly brave person who, put her life at risk to re-enter slave territory, and later, on several occasions, to assist the Union army in the American Civil War.
One of these was a small woman, about five feet tall, who was a former slave. Her memory will live on as an example of a life well-done. Series information: Biographies of Women in History Book 2. Her name was Harriet Tubman and she changed the world. She is the definition of a true American hero and her legacy includes inspiring millions of oppressed people worldwide to fight for equality.
Harriet Tubman: A Life From Beginning to End Biographies of Women in History Book 2 #ad - After escaping from a life of slavery that left her with permanent scars including a lifelong disability, she dedicated herself to freeing other slaves and working tirelessly for equality for oppressed people. She used any money she made in any of her endeavors to help those less fortunate than herself, despite the fact that this caused her to live a life of poverty.
After the war, she dedicated herself to the cause of women’s suffrage.
World War II: A History from Beginning to End World War 2 Battles Book 10 - Battle of the Coral Sea#ad - Battle of the coral sea - world war ii* * *free bonus inside!* * *Read On Your Computer, MAC, Kindle Reader, iPad, Smartphone, or Tablet. The battle of the coral sea was a major naval conflict which took place a month before the Battle of Midway. Upon learning that the japanese planned to invade port moresby in New Guinea as an initial step in isolating Australia, which included the carriers Yorktown and Lexington, Admiral Jack Fletcher and the American fleet, raced to the Coral Sea.
Inside you will read about. The battle to save australia✓ battle plans✓ the invasion of tulagi✓ the fog of war✓ The Last Day of the BattleAnd much more!Pearl Harbor was only the beginning; in order to achieve its goal of becoming the dominant power in the Pacific, the Japanese knew that they had to finish the destruction of the American fleet.
World War II: A History from Beginning to End World War 2 Battles Book 10 - Battle of the Coral Sea #ad - But, unknown to the Japanese, the Americans had broken the Japanese code. The supply lines that extended between the United States and Australia were an obstacle that the Imperial Japanese Navy intended to remove. When the japanese arrived, the allies were waiting to engage in the battle that would, for the first time in World War II, force the Japanese to turn back without achieving their goals.
This view fails to take into account the strategic victory that the Allies enjoyed over their powerful, more experienced Japanese foe. Because midway is regarded as the turning point in the war in the Pacific, Coral Sea is seldom given the respect it deserves.
Anne Boleyn: A Life From Beginning to End#ad - Catherine had failed to provide henry with a male heir to the throne, Anne Boleyn, so the king looked to Catherine’s maid of honor, to secure his Tudor lineage. Inside you will read about. Early life as a lady-in-waiting✓ the king’s great matter✓ anne ascends the throne✓ Another Birth, Another Tragedy✓ Trial and ExecutionAnd much more!Henry VIII of England pursued Anne Boleyn for seven years while he was battling for an annulment from his first wife, Catherine of Aragon.
Found guilty, anne Boleyn was beheaded immediately afterward and placed in an unmarked grave. She was charged with multiple counts of adultery during a trial everyone agreed was a sham. When anne also failed to give birth to a son, her fate was sealed. Her death served to reveal the true horror dispensed to wives who displeased their royal husbands.
Anne Boleyn: A Life From Beginning to End #ad - History has represented Anne as either a whore or a martyr. The true story, however, is far more complex. Anne boleyn* * *free bonus inside!* * *read on your Computer, iPad, MAC, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, or Tablet. Anne boleyn is most likely the best-known of Henry VIII’s six wives; she is also the most controversial.
French and Indian War: A History From Beginning to End#ad - French and indian war* * *download for free on kindle unlimited + free BONUS Inside!* * *Read On Your Computer, iPad, Kindle Reader, Smartphone, MAC, or Tablet. The french and indian war is one of the most significant, yet least acknowledged and understood, periods of American history. Inside you will read about.
. Imperial appetites✓ sparks ignite✓ rumours of war✓ pitt rising✓ the montcalm before the storm✓ fortresses fall✓ From the Plains of Abraham to PeaceFrom the first shots fired in the Ohio Valley wilderness in 1754 until the Treaty of Paris signed in 1763, the French and Indian War became a conflict that encircled the globe, drawing in nation after nation and inciting battles from the Caribbean to the Philippines.
French and Indian War: A History From Beginning to End #ad - Fought chiefly between the two imperial powers of England and France in the mid-18th century, the struggle would also draw in native Indian nations who sought to exert their own strength and sovereignty over the North American continent. This book tells the story of this mighty struggle and how its outcome ultimately laid the foundations for the modern world we inhabit today.
Anglo-Saxons: A Captivating Guide to the People Who Inhabited Great Britain from the Early Middle Ages to the Norman Conquest of England#ad - A time when many petty kingdoms ruled, and were liberated, time and time again, conquered, by a specific people group. But the anglo-saxons have a lot more to offer us history buffs. A people group that is, in fact, a blend of many and that authors of later dates would collectively call the Anglo-Saxons.
With this book, we want to let our readers know how vibrant and lively as well as deadly life in Britain was during the perhaps wrongly-titled “Dark Ages. With the end of the roman empire, victories, and it would be several people groups from a peninsula in Central Europe that would come to dominate the island, battles, clashes, making sure their presence was known through a series of kingdoms, the local Britons were left to their devices, and defeats.
And if we lack any information on what they thought of the world around them, we can be happy that they were willing to tell us that themselves, all through hundreds of written texts of both religious and secular nature. We can learn about their day-to-day life: how they dressed, what they ate and drank, how they buried their dead, how they waged war or had fun, and how they worshiped their gods.
Anglo-Saxons: A Captivating Guide to the People Who Inhabited Great Britain from the Early Middle Ages to the Norman Conquest of England #ad - We can also learn about their art, their amazing metal and clay pieces, stunning bits of tapestries, and dozens of well-illuminated manuscripts. A time before the Battle of Hastings and the year 1066. But they didn’t do it all at once, they had a period of adjustment, growth, reconstruction, and just like any other people in history, and eventual rise to prominence.
The anglo-saxons were, indeed, an odd group of people to take control of Britain.
Early Modern Europe: A Captivating Guide to a Period in European History with Events Such as The Thirty Years War and The Salem Witch Hunts and Political Powers Such as England and The Ottoman Empire#ad - The unrest that started at the end of the Middle Ages exploded following the Thirty Years’ War, and it marked the change to many of the thought processes widely accepted as true today. In early modern europe: a captivating guide to a period in european history with events such as the thirty years war and the salem witch hunts and political powers such as england and the ottoman empire, much more!so if you want to learn more about Early Modern Europe, you will discover topics such asThe World Leading to the Modern EraThe European Power DynamicThe Age of DiscoverySanctioned Piracy – Ruling the High SeasReligious Corruption and UpheavalThe InquisitionThe Protestant ReformationThe Thirty Years’ WarWitch Hunts – Including the Infamous Salem Witch TrialsThe Italian RenaissanceJohannes Gutenberg – One Invention to Change the WorldThe Slow Transition to TodayAnd much, scroll up and click the "add to cart" button! .
The years following the 30 years War until the 1800s are treated as a transition between the early and current modern eras. Explore the captivating history of early modern EuropeFree History BONUS Inside!The beginning of modern Europe was a time of confusion, excitement, suspicion, despair, hope, and ideas.
Early Modern Europe: A Captivating Guide to a Period in European History with Events Such as The Thirty Years War and The Salem Witch Hunts and Political Powers Such as England and The Ottoman Empire #ad - This book includes details of the transition from the Middle Ages to the early modern era, where Europe saw significant shifts across the continent in phases. It was a time of a lot of change spread out over just a few hundred years, but the end result was a completely different world than the one that had come before it.