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Notes and Quotes- October 13, 2019

The Man who would be Bond By Tom Morrow Born May 28, 1908, Ian Lancaster Fleming was a famed English author, journalist and British Naval Intelligence officer, who ...

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Notes and Quotes- October 6, 2019

‘The Great Lover’ Ruined by Hollywood Politics By Tom Morrow To silent film buffs he was known as “The Great Lover” and, contrary to belief, he did not ...

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Notes and Quotes- September 29, 2019

The Forgotten Man: Aaron Burr By Tom Morrow If asked who the third man to hold the vice presidency of the United States was, few would know it ...

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Notes and Quotes- September 22, 2019

John C. Fremont: Pathfinder of the West If you’re looking for a true American hero pioneer, here he is… By Tom Morrow More than any other American, John ...

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Notes and Quotes- September 15, 2019

About Those Letters & Numbers: MI-5 and MI-6 By Tom Morrow More and more the security service monikers of the United Kingdom’s MI-5 and MI-6 are mentioned in ...

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Notes and Quotes- September 8, 2019

Benedict Arnold: America’s First Traitor By Tom Morrow Most Americans have heard the name “Benedict Arnold.” That moniker is usually uttered in an insulting manner. The real historical ...

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Notes and Quotes- September 1, 2019

‘The Fox’ Had the British on the Run By Tom Morrow During the Revolutionary War, the British were perplexed and confused by a new style of combat: guerilla ...

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Notes and Quotes- August 25, 2019

Is it True What They Say About ‘Dixie?’ By Tom Morrow Here’s a story out of the history books you may have slept through in school. In 1763, ...

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Notes and Quotes- August 18, 2019

America’s Worst U.S. President: Andrew Johnson By Tom Morrow Of all the U.S. Presidents in our history none would be more controversial and disrespected than Andrew Johnson. Johnson ...

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Notes and Quotes- August 11, 2019

The Founding of The ‘King of the Missions’ By Tom Morrow In the late 1700s, the Spanish military determined a new Fransican mission was needed to cut the ...

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Notes and Quotes- August 4, 2019

Wernher von Braun: I Shoot for the Stars!’ (Occasionally He Hit London) By Tom Morrow One of the more controversial decisions of post-World War II was bringing to ...

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Notes and Quotes-July 28, 2019

The Port Chicago Disaster and Mutiny By Tom Morrow One of the greatest single catastrophes during World War II didn’t occur on any battlefield, but alongside a dock ...

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Notes and Quotes-July 21, 2019

J.P. Morgan: The Nation’s Banker & Entrepreneur By Tom Morrow On the surface, this story might seem a boring business tale, but, in a nutshell, the following explains ...

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Notes and Quotes- July 14, 2019

By Tom Morrow Out of the untamed Wild West came a number of tales, legends, and an equal amount of true stories. Few of those accounts would top ...

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Notes and Quotes- July 7, 2019

By Tom Morrow In case you missed this particular class in third grade, let me tell you about a true American patriot: Elizabeth Griscom “Betsy” Ross, who was ...

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