18thConnect Nancy Hart (ca. 1735-1830) Georgia's most acclaimed female participant during the Revolutionary War (1775-83) was Nancy Hart. A devout patriot, Hart gained notoriety during the revolution for her determined efforts to rid the area of Tories, English soldiers, and British sympathizers. Her single-handed efforts against Tories and Indians in the Broad River frontier, as well as her covert activities as a patriot spy, have become the stuff of myth, legend, and local folklore. Frontierswoman Although explicit details concerning most of her life are unknown, it is widely assumed that Nancy Ann Morgan Hart was born in North Carolina, somewhere in the Yadkin River valley (although some believe that she was born in Pennsylvania), around 1735 (some say 1747).She died in 1830 in Henderson County, Kentucky, where she was buried. Hart was well connected through family ties to many prominent figures in early American history. Patriot and Spy Life after the War During the late 1790s, the Harts moved to Brunswick.
Reprise de poids #72 : Douce France #12 - Krinein Hé oui vous l'avez bien compris, c'est le retour tant attendu du Douce France des Reprises de poids. Saurez-vous retrouver les interprètes originaux de ces chansons en français (à défaut d'être françaises) ? On début avec Dalida qui chante Tu croiras. Les premières mesures devraient vous mettre directement sur la piste. De la même façon, si vous ne trouvez pas quel est le titre qui se cache derrière Señora la dueña de Richard Anthony, alors c'est que vous avez du chou-fleur dans les oreilles. Encore un habitué, on retrouve toujours les mêmes ici bien sûr. Restons un instant avec Mireille Mathieu et son Reste avec moi. On s'fait un p'tit Dick pour la route (mode L'embrouille, Didier L'embrouille enclenché). PS : la vignette illustrant l'article est, comme d'habitude, sous Licence Creative Commons Paternité et est issue du Flickr de frans16611. Papa Roach - Infest & lovehatetragedy Boulay (Isabelle) - Au moment d'être avec vous Red Hot Chili Peppers
47 Countries - 800 million citizens Welcome to our weekly look at news and views of people involved in issues of human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe ! - Russian delegates no longer able to vote in Parliamentary Assembly PACE says the annexation of Crimea goes against Russia's commitments to the Council of Europe - Edward Snowden exposes reality of global mass surveillance to PACE Snowden says security agencies specifically targeted human rights organisations - 'Referendum' in and illegal annexation of Crimea have no legal effectPACE President Anne Brasseur looks to the future.
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Rag Linen | Online Museum of Historic Newspapers The American Revolution - (Home) Explore Releases on Discogs Welcome to the CIA Web Site — Central Intelligence Agency Citizens Research Council of Michigan British Fiction 1800–1829: Homepage Lyman Hall (1724-1790) Lyman Hall was one of three Georgians to sign the Declaration of Independence. He served as a representative to the Continental Congress and as governor of Georgia (1783-84). Hall was born April 12, 1724, in Wallingford, Connecticut. After the Revolution (1775-83), Hall resumed his medical practice in Savannah.