“The Greatest Moment in American History?”

Hi Friends,

Well my duties as an RA just ended yesterday, so I drove home.  Now begins the fun part of unpacking.  I don’t think I’ve had more than a few seconds of free time to think.  So I am going to be finding articles that I find interesting and post them on here, just so that I can spend more time unpacking box after box after box, and argue with my mom about what stuff I need or do not need for the upcoming year (Love you mom!).

Anywho, today’s article is about nominations for the greatest moment in American history.  History on the Bridge posted one particular nomination I found very interesting.

Writing at The Journal of the American Revolution, historian Thomas Fleming argues that the day George Washington resigned his commission with the Continental Army was the “greatest moment in American history.”

Read the rest of the article here!

-Phil

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Christian, Lover of History, Aspiring Teacher

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