By Lawrence Tom,Brian Tom
By Lawrence Tom,Brian Tom
By John C. Rigdon
By Loren P. Meissner,Kim Jarrell Johnson
By Kathy Lopez
By Claudia Johnson
This publication offers a distinct point of view on existence in Colonial England, exposing many misconceptions and depicting how components of its tradition which are regularly considered as marginal—such because the actions of pirates—actually had an intensive influence of the populace.
• presents readers with an figuring out of the character of non secular sentiment in Colonial the United States, which was once characterised by means of a wish to have non secular freedom for themselves yet no longer for others
• Depicts the consistent uprising and next cruelty inherent to colonial society
• Examines the bulk underclass populations, corresponding to indentured servants, local american citizens, and African americans
• Addresses myths approximately Puritan girls, marriage, intercourse, and baby raising
By Dr. Alfred O. Taylor Jr.
Bridge developers of Nauck/Green Valley: previous and current is a compilation of the tales, interviews, and biographies of those amazing African american citizens who pursued and located good fortune, regardless of the legislation on the time that restricted their entry to every thing from domestic loans to education.
The perseverance of the pioneers of Nauck is alive via their accomplishments, triumphs, and achievements. even if of their personal phrases, the phrases in their household, or via historical past books, Taylor’s hard work of affection seeks to memorialize the real paintings those African american citizens have accomplished and the legacy they depart for destiny generations.
Said Taylor, “Ordinary Nauck/Green Valley citizens surviving Jim Crow legislation, missing monetary backing, changing into economically self reliant, teaching themselves and their youngsters, struggling with for freedom, and remembering from whence they got here may be an thought to all to have fun and proceed sharing destiny, usual resident’s accomplishments.”
About the writer: Dr. Alfred O. Taylor Jr. was once born and raised in Arlington County, Virginia. He earned a Bachelor of technology in Technical instructor education, a grasp of Arts in management and Supervision of grownup schooling, and a Doctorate of schooling from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and country collage in management of upper schooling. Taylor served as Assistant Dean for the school experiences (and used to be later named performing Dean). Taylor retired from the college of the District of Columbia after thirty-one years of service.
Taylor continues to be lively in his neighborhood and non secular neighborhood, serving as President of the Nauck Civic organization and as Chairman of the Deacon’s Ministry on the Macedonia Baptist Church, between many others.
Taylor and his spouse, Delores, a retired D.C. Public faculties instructor, have little ones, 3 grandsons, and great-granddaughters. He hopes that Nauck/Green Valley: prior and current turns into a residing record that might be always supplemented as destiny generations of “Nauckians” make their contributions to society.
By Paul Starobin
By Cindy Amrhein
By Northeastern Forest Fire Protection Compact
By Beth Brickell