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William Federer

William Federer is a nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America's noble heritage. Bill's American Minute radio feature and his Faith in History television broadcast can be viewed daily across America and on the Internet. Learn more at amerisearch.net

The Bible of the Revolution

The two Chaplains of Congress in 1782 were: Rev. George Duffield, pastor of the Third Presbyterian…

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The History of the Bible in America

"Bible teaching ... is ploughed into the very heart of the race" - Franklin Delano Roosevelt In…

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Black History Spotlight: Booker T. Washington

Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) was one of the most significant figures in post-Reconstruction…

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Black History Spotlight: George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver (1864?-1943) was born a slave during the Civil War. He worked to put…

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Forgotten Successful Black American Leaders
Forgotten Successful Black American Leaders

American history has many inspiring stories of notable Black American entrepreneurs. Here are just…

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The Origin of Saint Valentine’s Day

The origin of Saint Valentine's Day goes back to the 3rd century. At that time, the Roman Empire…

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Black Women Entrepreneurs in American History

Annie Malone (1877-1957) was one of America's first and most prominent African-American…

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Rev. Francis James Grimké – Early Civil Rights Leader

A former slave, Rev. Francis James Grimké became one of the leading African-American preachers in…

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Famous Composers and Christmas Music

Many famous composers wrote classic Christmas music. In 1741, George Friedrich Handel wrote his…

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Albert Schweitzer ‘Reverence for Life’ – Medical Missionary to Africa (Part 2)

Schweitzer’s attitude was in agreement with the Hippocratic Oath, which, up until recent times, was…

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