This podcast will be a history narrative collected from various sources. I will be covering the stories of events and people that played a part in creating America. My goal is to give the listener an entertaining dialog of history and walk away (or ear away) with a, “I didn’t know that”, feeling.
Common Sense by Thomas Paine ch4
In celebration of July 4th, I continue reading the final chapter of “Common Sense” by Thomas Paine - Chapter 4
Common Sense by Thomas Paine Ch3
In celebration of July 4th, I continue reading “Common Sense” by Thomas Paine - Chapter 3
Common Sense by Thomas Paine
In celebration of July 4th, I have decided to read Thomas Paine’s great pamphlet, “Common Sense” and hear the reason so many were willing to fight to break colonial ties with England and create a separate nation with a new form of government with liberty and freedom at its core. Enjoy!
Taking Possession of the Carolina Coast
Sir Humphrey Gilbert invested a great portion of his fortune; this first attempt ended in disappointment. It became a starting point for the next one, taking encouragement from his stepbrother Sir Walter Raleigh. The second attempt took the lives of many including Gilbert himself. Enjoy this first hand account of what these sailors experienced along the coast of North Carolina.
King Philip's War part three
The colonial forces along with Indian allies start to close in on the man named Phillip. This would also include many of his close leaders and many of his followers.
King Philip's War part two
The war continues and it appears that there is no end in sight. Benjamin Church makes his way to meet with Awashonks and her tribe, the meeting is a positive endeavor, they are willing to side with the English.
Engaging & Highly Educational!
This podcast presents the history of American in a way that can be easily understood and enjoyed by all! The host is passionate for history, and clearly knows what he’s talking about! Well worth a listen!
American History Explained Wonderfully!
Amazing! So much great information. If you are a history buff this is a MUST listen.
The speaker obviously has a passion for the history of exploration of America. He covers a wide scope of explorers and has clearly done his research. I appreciate that no personal ideologies are included. Just fascinating history here.
On the downside, often there is irrelevant minutia included which does not really move the podcast forward. Also, unfortunately the speaker’s pronunciation is horrible, and each episode contains many mistakes as to personal and place names, adjectives, etc. This gives the impression that the speaker is simply reading from a script.
Overall, an enjoyable podcast.