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orpupilofnature57 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-01-05 08:22 AM
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54. I live in BALLSTON SPA,We had our share of battles and Washington
slept here, we're also mentioned in "Last of the Mohican's"
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  -What is your favorite era in American history? ih8thegop  Nov-13-04 06:53 PM   #0 
  - Favorite isn't the right word ...  RoyGBiv   Nov-13-04 06:58 PM   #1 
  - I can't decide between the Great Depression and the Cold War  strategery blunder   Nov-13-04 07:05 PM   #2 
  - Hmmmmm, I guess around the turn of the last century  Piperay   Nov-13-04 07:10 PM   #3 
  - 1914-1974; but particularly presidencies of Ike, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon  End of all Hope   Nov-13-04 07:32 PM   #4 
  - 1890-1920 (NT)  WoodrowFan   Nov-13-04 07:49 PM   #5 
  - We overlap quite a bit  Lithos   Nov-16-04 11:08 PM   #31 
  - I'd love to visit that period  WoodrowFan   Nov-30-04 07:49 AM   #49 
     - You need to read "The Devil in the White City"  ashling   Feb-12-08 01:47 AM   #74 
  - About the same here.  NYC Liberal   Feb-11-05 03:01 PM   #58 
  - me too  DemFromMem   Jul-19-06 09:14 PM   #70 
  - I gravitate toward the early days  Tangledog   Nov-13-04 09:30 PM   #6 
  - 1900-1939  politicat   Nov-13-04 09:40 PM   #7 
  - I work mostly in the Revolutionary period, but love any period really.  HarrietBrown   Nov-13-04 10:18 PM   #8 
  - I tend to like 1930-1960 diplomatic history  nadinbrzezinski   Nov-14-04 01:25 AM   #9 
  - Constitutional history. n/t  Mojambo   Nov-14-04 02:22 AM   #10 
  - My favorite period  JDPriestly   Nov-14-04 02:32 AM   #11 
  - I had a World History class where the professor said there is a school of  othermeans   Nov-16-04 12:41 AM   #28 
  - Sorry. Dup.  JDPriestly   Nov-14-04 02:32 AM   #12 
  - The bad old days of FDR's time...  rockymountaindem   Nov-14-04 11:24 AM   #13 
  - Me too! The era of the Great Depression looked what it created.  othermeans   Nov-16-04 12:34 AM   #27 
  - I enjoy learning about...  Reverend_Smitty   Nov-14-04 03:41 PM   #14 
  - me too, exactly  Kire   Nov-14-04 04:11 PM   #16 
     - You can guess who my favorite 60's figures were...  Reverend_Smitty   Nov-14-04 04:20 PM   #18 
  - My short answer to that question is the Civil War,  cruadin   Nov-14-04 03:56 PM   #15 
  - My favorite Era in U.S. History...hum...  Cybergata   Nov-14-04 04:15 PM   #17 
  - Cybergata, I loved reading your post . . . for you, too, are a history  TaleWgnDg   Aug-24-05 03:02 AM   #64 
  - The depression era.  BlackVelvetElvis   Nov-14-04 05:45 PM   #19 
  - The early colonial period is fascinating to me..  bleedingheart   Nov-14-04 10:35 PM   #20 
  - Anne Hutchinson is the coolest  tishaLA   Nov-18-04 05:06 PM   #39 
  - I love the period leading up to the American Revolution.  deadparrot   Nov-14-04 10:47 PM   #21 
  - older history  leftofthedial   Nov-14-04 11:54 PM   #22 
  - I'm interested in the side alleys of history,  DemBones DemBones   Nov-15-04 04:28 AM   #23 
  - Have you read any of David Hackett Fischer's books?  NoPasaran   Nov-17-04 10:07 AM   #33 
  - Colonial History through the Constitutional Convention  doni_georgia   Nov-15-04 05:16 AM   #24 
  - 1932-1968  Zynx   Nov-15-04 06:40 AM   #25 
  - Definitely Revolutionary/Colonial period  auburngrad82   Nov-15-04 03:08 PM   #26 
  - WW2  One_Life_To_Give   Nov-16-04 01:33 PM   #29 
  - Early 1800s military history (especially the War of 1812).  JohnLocke   Nov-16-04 06:11 PM   #30 
  - pre-revolution  sandnsea   Nov-17-04 01:41 AM   #32 
  - My main era of study has been the 50s thru the 90s  proud patriot   Nov-17-04 02:31 PM   #34 
  - I like some of the pre british-colonial history.  VIVIsectVI   Nov-17-04 06:51 PM   #35 
  - 1757 through the American revolution,the first one. eom  orpupilofnature57   Nov-17-04 08:09 PM   #36 
  - The philosophies that were the backdrop for the Constitution  natasha   Nov-17-04 08:35 PM   #37 
  - Like WoodrowFan, Lately I've Been Captivated by the Years 1890-1920  David Zephyr   Nov-17-04 09:02 PM   #38 
  - I find the days leading up to the Civil War fascinating  Rhiannon12866   Nov-19-04 08:13 AM   #40 
  - The Civil War was always kind of interesting to me.  coloradodem2005   Nov-19-04 09:53 AM   #41 
  - As a French I'm very interested in the early years of the Rvolution  Rochambeau   Nov-19-04 03:08 PM   #42 
  - PROUD TO BE FRENCH-CANADIAN thank you for pro-French info  orpupilofnature57   Nov-20-04 08:31 AM   #44 
  - Civil War and Colonial times  ayeshahaqqiqa   Nov-19-04 09:02 PM   #43 
  - The West: Gold Rush, Westward expansion, pioneers, Native Americans  troubleinwinter   Nov-21-04 12:41 AM   #45 
  - Definitely the Civil War  Menshevik   Nov-25-04 10:35 AM   #46 
  - Agree the Civil War  Yupster   Feb-19-05 02:13 AM   #60 
     - Civil War here too  malmapus   Jan-17-06 11:44 AM   #66 
  - Anythig around the Great War  hasbro   Nov-28-04 08:10 PM   #47 
  - Revolutionary War period.  Historic NY   Nov-30-04 06:11 AM   #48 
  - Wow! I guess so and I love your avatar. It reflects your interest.  Rhiannon12866   Dec-04-04 07:57 AM   #50 
     - I live in BALLSTON SPA,We had our share of battles and Washington  orpupilofnature57   Feb-01-05 08:22 AM   #54 
        - Know your area well.........including the Saratoga Battlefield.....  Historic NY   Feb-06-05 02:37 AM   #55 
        - This is really interesting to me, since I live here  Rhiannon12866   Feb-06-05 03:55 AM   #56 
  - 17th century  Lefty48197   Dec-07-04 05:31 PM   #51 
  - Revolutionary War Period. Especially now...seems to me  DebJ   Dec-11-04 12:52 PM   #52 
  - This works for me, as well  Rhiannon12866   Dec-28-04 05:51 AM   #53 
  - Constitutional period, from twenty years before to twenty  suigeneris   Apr-26-05 10:25 AM   #63 
  - I go through phases  Shredr   Feb-10-05 11:36 PM   #57 
  - 1870-1930  lapopessa   Feb-13-05 10:44 AM   #59 
  - I go through phases, as well. Depends on what I'm reading.  Rhiannon12866   Mar-25-05 02:34 AM   #62 
  - 1756-1814  redirish28   Mar-04-05 07:29 AM   #61 
  - Hhhmmmm. What is my favorite era in American history?  TaleWgnDg   Aug-24-05 03:01 PM   #65 
  - Revolutionary Days and the GAY 90s.  Sequoia   Apr-20-06 05:06 PM   #67 
  - Mine is FDR's presidency and WWII  NJ Democrats   Apr-26-06 07:23 PM   #68 
  - My favorite era in American history?  Popol Vuh   Jun-02-06 02:08 PM   #69 
  - I would say that it is hard to say...  adsosletter   May-11-07 03:31 PM   #71 
  - Revolutionary War era  Sequoia   Aug-03-07 11:03 AM   #72 
  - I'd have to narrow mine to between  ashling   Feb-12-08 01:45 AM   #73 
 

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