This is the grave of George Clinton. Born in 1739 in Little Britain, New York, Clinton’s father was a farmer involved in local politics. Although just a kid, Clinton readily joined the fight in
This is the grave of John Randolph of Roanoke. Born in what is today Hopewell, Virginia in 1773 to one of Virginia’s most elite families, Randolph spent his life defending the interests of that
This is the grave of William Pinkney. Born in 1764 in Annapolis, he became a lawyer in 1786. He started his political career by being a member of the convention that ratified the Constitution in Maryl
This is the grave of John Smilie. Born in 1741 in Ireland, Smilie immigrated to Pennsylvania around 1760. He became involved with the Patriots in Lancaster County, fighting as a volunteer in 1776 and
This is the grave of Joseph Inslee Anderson. Born in 1757 in Philadelphia, Anderson volunteered for the Patriot forces in 1776. Serving in the 3rd New Jersey Regiment, he rose in two years to the rank
This is the grave of George Washington. There’s one much one can say about Washington, so just a couple of points. 1) His choosing to step down from power peacefully is one of the greatest thing
Happy Alexander Hamilton Publicly Accuses Thomas Jefferson of Sex with Slaves Anniversary.
How to make pink pancakes, a recipe from 1786. What pancake recipes do you think our trolls use?