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  • Series 3, Part 6
“America, life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness”
    In last week’s edition, the importance of articulating thoughts through writing was highlighted as a significant contributing factor to the development and preservation of American history. The specific documentation explored throughout the series has proved the importance of historical writings, when considering the context of our Declaration of Independence is based on other recorded thoughts, declarations, theories, and beliefs.
  • Series 3, Part 3
“America, life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness”
    Before the Declaration of Independence:
    • “They were a most unusual group of colonists. Instead of noblemen, craftsmen, and servants -
     the types of people who had founded Jamestown in Virginia - these were, 
    for the most part, families - men, women, and children who were
     willing to endure almost anything if it meant they could worship as they pleased.”
    — Nathaniel Philbrick
     
  • Series 3, Part 2
“America, life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness”
    There were a total of twenty-seven grievances in the Declaration of Independence regarding the conduct of the King and British Government including:
    • “For depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury.”
    • “For abolishing the free system of English Laws in a neighboring Province, establishing there in an Arbitrary government and enlarging its boundaries so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for introducing the same absolute rule into these Colonies.”
  • Series 3, Part 1
“America, life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness
    “You will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make a good use of it.”
    John Adams, second President of the United States of America
Sunday, June 13, 2021
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