June 16th, 1858, A House Divided

June 16th, 1858, A House Divided

FollowFollowFollow June 16th, 1858, A House Divided June 16th, 1858 Lincoln’s Speech ‘House Divided’ And Its Importance When the white politicians were compromising on slavery for their career, Abraham Lincoln put his foot down and said no. Many...
June 1st, 1813 – Dont Give Up The Ship

June 1st, 1813 – Dont Give Up The Ship

FollowFollowFollow June 1st, 1813 – Dont Give Up The Ship The American Navy was a small power at the beginning of the 1812 war, yet it out did many enemy ships in face to face combat. The Navy even captured 3 British frigates. The American folks were very...
June 15, 1804 – Ratification of the Twelfth Amendment

June 15, 1804 – Ratification of the Twelfth Amendment

FollowFollowFollow June 15, 1804 – Ratification of the Twelfth Amendment On this day in 1804, separate votes were designated for President and Vice-President after the 12th Amendment was adopted officially. The Amendment came into existence as a response to the...
June 8, 1789 – James Madison Bill of Rights

June 8, 1789 – James Madison Bill of Rights

June 8, 1789 – James Madison Bill of Rights The Bill of Rights is one of the most critical documents in American history. It was written by James Madison and ratified on December 15, 1791. The Bill of Rights guarantees the rights of all Americans, including freedom of...
June 4th, 1781 – Jack Jouett The Paul Revere of the South

June 4th, 1781 – Jack Jouett The Paul Revere of the South

FollowFollowFollow June 4th, 1781 – Jack Jouett The Paul Revere of the South On 7th December 1754, Jack Jouett was born in Virginia. He was serving as a captain in the state militia; he got fame for a”All Night Ride” while rescuing Thomas Jefferson...
June 14th, 1777, Flag Day

June 14th, 1777, Flag Day

FollowFollowFollow June 14th, 1777, Flag Day On June 24th, 1777, the Continental Congress adopted a resolution that was based on a report by a special committee that had the duty to suggest a design for a flag. This design was first brought to the flag and carried...