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Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation: Information and Slavery

Lord Dunmore, John Murray, the 4th Earl of Dunmore (1730-1809) and Royal Governor of Virginia (1771-1776),[1] was an important political and military figure during... The post Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation: Information and Slavery appeared first on...

The Dark and Heroic Histories of Georgia’s Signers

Revolutions are complex multi-sided economic, political, social, and technological events. They begin as conservative movements. As each side fears losing, all of these different... The post The Dark and Heroic Histories of Georgia’s Signers appeared...

Who was the most promising person of the Founding Era?

For our first post of the New Year—a time when resolutions are announced, new leaves are turned, and anticipation and hope for a fulfilling... The post Who was the most promising person of the Founding Era? appeared first on Journal of the American...

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What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today? Georgia Gazette (May 20, 1767).“RUN AWAY … a MUSTEE WENCH.” Jenny, an enslaved woman, made her escape, prompting Archibald Bulloch to place an advertisement in...
From: The Adverts 250 Project on 20 May 2017