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Benedict Arnold’s Treason (Part 2)

2022-06-27T12:46:06-05:00March 27th, 2022|

Date: March 27, 2022

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Today, we will continue to explore a name which lives in infamy. His name? Benedict Arnold. We will see some of his daring military exploits early in his career and a thirst for fame.  This thirst for fame, lead to his treasonous plot to turn General Washington and fort at West Point over to the British opposition.

Benedict Arnold’s Treason – (Part 1)

2022-06-27T12:44:57-05:00March 13th, 2022|

Date: March 13, 2022

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Today, we will explore a name which lives in infamy. His name? Benedict Arnold. We will see some of his daring military exploits early in his career and a thirst for fame.  This thirst for fame, lead to his treasonous plot to turn General Washington and fort at West Point over to the British opposition.    

The Crossing of the Delaware (Part 2)

2022-03-13T10:19:07-05:00February 20th, 2022|

Date: February 20, 2022

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Learn about the famous crossing of the Delaware and the battle of Trenton in 1776 during the American War for Independence.  Badly in need of a miracle, Washington trusted the Lord and prayed for wisdom. His bold move came on Christmas night as he loaded his men, weapons, and horses onto rafts and boats in complete silence.  They proceeded to cross the icy Delaware river that night in an effort to surprise the Hessian troops who had been partying in Trenton. The move was a success.  Follow along as Dawn broke on December 26 and the Hessian troops woke to the American troops

The Crossing of the Delaware (Part 1)

2022-02-26T16:12:59-06:00February 13th, 2022|

Date: February 13, 2022

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Learn about the famous crossing of the Delaware and the battle of Trenton in 1776 during the American War for Independence.  Badly in need of a miracle, Washington trusted the Lord and prayed for wisdom. His bold move came on Christmas night as he loaded his men, weapons, and horses onto rafts and boats in complete silence.  They proceeded to cross the icy Delaware river that night in an effort to surprise the Hessian troops who had been partying in Trenton.
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