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Revolutionary War re-enactment.

On Sunday we went to a Revolutionary War re-enactment at Mount Harmon Plantation on the Eastern Shore. It was a perfect close to our week with Paul Revere’s Ride. The plantation grounds are quite extensive. The British and American forces … Continue reading

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Paul Revere’s ride, in deep detail.

This morning, as usual, we started our Five in a Row time by reading Paul Revere’s Ride. This time we read more slowly and stopped several times to talk about meaning. What does muster mean? Barracks? What does it mean … Continue reading

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Revolutionary women.

We’ve mostly just been reading a lot of books for our Paul Revere’s Ride study, which is educational and enjoyable but doesn’t lend itself very well to exciting blog posts. Sorry. I wanted to introduce some simple embroidery as our … Continue reading

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Paul Revere’s Ride.

Listen my children and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five; Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year. This week, we’re studying a picture-book … Continue reading

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