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Dixon, Chambers, Kinder, Ross, Palmer & McHone Family Histories By William A. Hamilton
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The Dixon family came to Pennsylvania as early as 1784. David Dixon fought in the Union Army during the Civil War. The Chambers family came to New Jersey in 1776. The Kinder family came to the... More > colonies in 1751. Seven sons of the original Kinder immigrant fought in the Revolutionary War. The Ross family came to America in 1705. The Reverend George Aeneas Ross helped establish the Church of England in the colonies. His son, George Amos Ross was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and served as a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. Rev. Ross’s son-in-law George Read also signed the Declaration of Independence and also the Constitution. In the next generation, John Ross served in the Revolutionary War. His wife was Betsy Ross, said to be the famous designed of the first American flag. The Palmer family came to Virginia in 1791 and the McHone family as early as 1708. Later, Archibald McHone served in the Revolutionary War. His grandson Millington McHone fought in the Civil War.< Less
Secrecy, Spirituality, And Political Education At Princeton. The Early 19th Century By Edited by Russell Creech
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Willison Center Reprints (www.lulu.com/recreech) offers this collection of rare Discourses by Princeton Presidents, Alumni, and Whig or Cliosophic Society members to graduating Princetonians. The... More > Secretive Whig-Clio member Discourses are presently very rare, and reveal political strategy and doctrines that are desperately needed today. (Yes, they would be appalled at our near crisis political condition!) All the featured speakers occupied high office, most notably Samuel Southard, who served as a New Jersey Governor, President of the U.S. Senate, and Secretary of Treasury and War, and Nicholas Biddle, President of the U.S. National Bank, 1823-36. The Whig-Clio Selections unveil the reasons for the secrecy each society required of its members, with the U.S. Constitution's Framer James Madison (Whig, 1771) perhaps being one of the best known practicioners of the Society's secret arts. Each individual Discourse has a Quote page, making a great source of ready references.< Less
Secrecy, Spirituality, And Political Education At Princeton. The Early 19th Century By Edited by Russell Creech
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Willison Center Reprints (www.lulu.com/recreech) offers this collection of rare Discourses by Princeton Presidents, Alumni, and Whig or Cliosophic Society members to graduating Princetonians. The... More > Secretive Whig-Clio member Discourses are presently very rare, and reveal political strategy and doctrines that are desperately needed today. (Yes, they would be appalled at our near crisis political condition!) All the featured speakers occupied high office, most notably Samuel Southard, who served as a New Jersey Governor, President of the U.S. Senate, and Secretary of Treasury and War, and Nicholas Biddle, President of the U.S. National Bank, 1823-36. The Whig-Clio Selections unveil the reasons for the secrecy each society required of its members, with the U.S. Constitution's Framer James Madison (Whig, 1771) perhaps being one of the best known practicioners of the Society's secret arts. Each individual Discourse has a Quote page, making a great source of ready references.< Less

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