Five American Revolution Facts You May Not Know
Who started the revolution? Things history class missed to teach
The American Revolution is the most celebrated event of American history. Why? Well, as what has been taught to us since time immemorial in school, this war freed the colonies, which are now the Americans, from Great Britain.
However, there are some fun and entertaining facts tha . . .
Four Strong and Independent Women of the 1940 Feminism
Powerful women of the 1940s you need to meet
The feminist movement was created for a sole reason—to create awareness and a new belief that men and women have equal rights as human beings. During a time where women are seen as weak, stupid, and purely domestic, feminism was every woman’s answer to break free from the norm. The strong voice of women bega . . .
The Joys and Woes of a Housewife
How a housewife keeps everything running effectively
An earlier post talked about a housewife’s duties and responsibilities. This time around, let’s see how housewives go about managing a household.
Being a housewife is a thankless job. To say housewives are busy is an understate . . .
How Women Act in 1700s
The life of women in the late 1700s was never easy. Women must abide by the rules, even if it was against their rights. It was either that or face the criticism they would receive from perceived “ladylike” weakness.
Despite this criticism, women took advantage of their skills and talents. Physical strength ensured that men were the ones who worked. But that didn’t mean that women were . . .
The Significance of the Quartering Act to the American Revolution
The Quartering Act history
During the French and Indian War, the British spent a great amount of money to provide the support their troops needed to win. Although the victory of the British provided them territorial gains in North America, the damage brought by the war left them a massive debt.
Since then, the British Parliament i . . .