From Jamestown in 1607 through 1763
A wolf had been terrorizing and killing the sheep. After finally trapping her in a cave, Putnam decided there was no other option but to enter into the den himself. This is the thrilling story of what happened to Israel Putnam.
We all know George Washington as President, but do you know the story of his early life as surveyor of the frontier?
What was it like to go to church in Colonial America? It might surprise you!
Find out how what life was like in the days of the pioneers and how travel by stagecoach changed their lives. Listen as they describe what it was like to ride by stagecoach.
Patrick Henry met with many failires in the early part of his life. See how he won reputation in the Parson's Cause!
Benjamin Franklin is one of the most interesting people in our history. From poor boy to inventor to helping to win our independence, you'll be inspired by this man's life.
Roger Williams came to America about 10 years after the Pilgrims. He wanted people to have the freedom to worship at any church they chose to establish. He had some disagreements with the Pilgrims but later requested he help make peace with the Indians for them. He is known for establshing Rhode Island for religious freedom.
William Penn had to suffer to become a Quaker including the wrath of his own father. The Quakers endured being fined, robbed, imprisonment, and ill-treatment, but Wiliam believed firmly in the doctrines and clung to them. Learn how he was able to finally set up a refuge for Quakers which has now become our state of Pennsylvania. Ever wonder how it got...
Impacted by Roger Williams kindness in dealing with the Indians, the old Indian chief on his deathbed, clasped William's hand and accepted Christ as his Savior.
Independence Hall was the site for so many important occasions in the history of our country and the Liberty Bell has an amazing story of it's own.
When General Putnam heard of the Battle of Lexington, he was plowing in his field. He dropped his plow handles , mounted his horse and headed for Boston. Putnam was probably the most dangerous enemy of the British forces. Learn of his daring descent down stone steps when the Brititsh were too afraid to follow.