History Written by m.wilson Johannes Anglicus or Pope Joan - (first described in Jean de Mailly's Chronica Universalis Mettensis), and Jeanne d’ Arc - a young mystic who helped liberate France, both have names translating to “Joan” in English. So it might only be an English-speaking person who would mentally link these
History Written by: Peter Anderson As part of the westward expansion of Manifest Destiny during the 1800's, many families traveled from the east coast with the promise of free land. Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act of 1862 deeding the land west of the Missouri river to both then-current and future citizens.
From the depths of hell in silence Cast their spells, explosive violence Russian night time flight perfected Flawless vision, undetected -Sabaton, Night witches History Written by: Peter Anderson The debate concerning women in combat roles flares up from time to time when the news cycle has slowed. Women’s effectiveness in combat is called into question…
History Written by: m.wilson A network of Christian feminist reform groups, advocated for an increase in the age of consent from 12 to 16 (and with the eventual goal of 18), with its “social purity movement,” at the closing of the 19th century (Wikipedia contributors, 2020). Prior to this movement in 1880-U.S.,