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Posted on 01/12/2006 5:24:59 AM PST by Pharmboy
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Book recommendation bump. Something tells me "rebuttal" might be closer to the mark.
Anyone seen the exhibit in Pittsburgh at the Heinz Regional Cultural Center on the French & Indian War?
My husband and I want to drive over and see this.
It will complement our visit to Ft. Necessity,the site of Braddock's mortal wound, etc. ..the summer of '04.
For some good reading on this era try Allen W Eckerts books. Exhaustive detail but hard to put down if you are interested in this period of American history.
The best part of your new ping lists, I generally don't have any "Thoroughly Modern Miscellany" topics, other than Nick (nickcarraway)'s Shakespeare topics and the like. Thanks, it helps me in ways I can't explain. :')
LOL! And don't forget the "Thoroughly Colonial Miscellany"...
I'd probably go with something like, "Thirteen".
Not a bad idea for a Fox TV show -- "Thirteen", about the PreRevolutionary period...
You should try and sell the idea to the producers of "24."
Why all the talk about a war Americans no nothing about? Is the F&I War no longer taught in High School history?
Just updating the GGG info, not sending a general distribution.
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