Early American History Education

NOTICE

The Next class is August 18th, 2016

The following is an outline for a free Course on the U.S. Constitution and Early American History,

Offered in association with the Boise chapter of the Freedom First Society, and sponsored by Food2Store.  

 

Constitution_Pg1of4_ACDATE:  The third Thursday of each Month for 2016

TIME:  6:30 pm to about 8 pm

LOCATION:  Food2Store, 3055 East Fairview Avenue #130 Meridian, ID 83642

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Lesson 8: Article III of the U.S Constitution

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Lesson 7: Article II of the U.S Constitution

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Lesson 6: Article I of the U.S Constitution

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Lesson 5: The Miracles of the Revolution

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Lesson 4: The Declaration of Independence

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Lesson 3: Building up to the American Revolution

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Lesson 2: The First Great Awakening

The First Great Awakening The Age of Reason or Rationalism With the closing of the Renaissance philosophy (1350 AD to ...
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Lesson 1: A Timeline of English Law and World Events up to the Puritan Movement

A Timeline of English Law and World Events Further setting the stage for our Constitutional and Early American History study ...
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Sugestions for Self Study
What is your responsibility to Liberty
A moral people make good government
The midnight ride of Paul Revere
What is meant by inalienable rights?
Flame of Liberty & Study Valley Forge
The Great / Connecticut compromise
What price are you willing to pay for liberty?
Recommended Reading
"The Mayflower Compact"
"Essential stories for junior patriots" by KrisAnn Hall
"The American Crisis" by Thomas Paine
"John Adams, Independence forever" by Geoff and Janet Benge
"Being George Washington" by Glenn Beck
"The Law" by Frederick Bastiat
"The Proper Role of Government" by Ezra Taft Benson
"Freedom Factor" by Gerald Lund
"55 Fathers" by Selma R. Williams
"Great Little Madison" by Jean Fritz
"Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury
"Red Scarf Girl" by Ji-li Jiang
"Star-ship troopers" by Robert A. Heinlein
Recommended Movies
"Monumental" a Kirk Cameron movie (available on Neflix)
"Mr. Smith goes to Washington" staring Jimmy Stuart
"Captain America Winter Soldier"

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