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J. David Gowdy
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Thomas Jefferson Quotes on Religion
“Can
the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only
firm basis, a conviction in the minds of people that their liberties are a gift
from God? Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that
His justice cann...

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The Adams-Jefferson Letters
“By the latter part of the 1790s
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams had become bitter political opponents. The
friendship they had forged as congressional and diplomatic colleagues, fellow
revolutionaries, and members of George Washington’s administration did ...

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"John Adams: Colossus of Independence" Teacher Workshop March 24th
Speaking of the debates for Independence in the Continental Congress in 1776, thirty-seven years afterwards, Thomas Jefferson declared that, "Mr. Adams was the pillar of its support on the floor of Congress, its ablest advocate and defender against the mult...

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Washington's Birthday - Quotes from His Farewell Address
Abraham Lincoln issued a Presidential
Proclamation on February 19, 1862, requesting that all citizens gather on the 22nd and celebrate
Washington’s Birthday by listening to the words of his Farewell Address: “It is recommended to the people of the United
St...

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The First Inauguration of George Washington
On April 30, 1789, George Washington was sworn in as the first President of the United States of America.  “Since nearly first light that morning, a crowd of people had begun to gather around Washington's home, and at noon they made their way to Federal Hal...

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On April 30, 1789, George Washington was sworn in as the
first President of the United States of America.  “Since nearly first light that morning, a crowd of people
had begun to gather around Washington's home, and at noon they made their way
to Federal Hal...

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The First Inauguration of George Washington
On April 30, 1789, George Washington was sworn in as the
first President of the United States of America.   " Since nearly first light that morning, a crowd of people had
begun to gather around Washington's home, and at noon they made their way to
Federal H...

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