The Conestoga Wagon

During the manifest destiny, when many pioneers headed out seeking land free of toil, several different wagons were used to carry as much of their possessions as possible. One of the largest wagons recorded to being used is the Conestoga wagon. The earliest known point where the Conestoga wagon began [...]

Narcissa Meets Marcus Whitman

The “Second Great Awakening” greatly affected most of New York. It’s people now trembled with faith renewed, one of whom we learned was Narcissa Prentiss. However, this revival affected many other places besides the county of Prattsburg. In this lesson we will learn about another person affected by the [...]

The Smartweed/Water-pepper

Across the United States of America, there is a plant. A smart plant, a glorious plant, a really spicy plant! Okay, this plant has no brain cells, so it can’t be smart, but after tasting this plant, thoughts of wisdom will flood your mind. NEXT TIME I WON’T EAT [...]

Creative Writing Poetry, “Candlelight Trials”

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Candlelight Trials By candle light I take my steps By faith I move about. In search of our handmade tent We folded inside out. Our wagon guards my white cow Which reminds me of home. We left for a promised land Yet we were not alone. We left with a wagon train Full of hope to arrive. Before the cold [...]

Rabbit’s and Their Habits

Posted By Category: Animal Care

In this world, there are many creatures, all with their own characteristics. Some more like others, while particular ones are very unique, or weird and act extremely strange and unfriendly. The mammal in this report is the bunny, rabbit, or one of the animals on the bottom of the [...]

God’s Little Miracle – a poem by Christian Calhoun

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GOD’S LITTLE MIRACLE There’s a miracle in the sky, It’s one of God’s creation. It has so many friends, There’s so many to mention. All the comets and stars, Even the dawn and noon. All come to gather around, To see the smiling moon. This creation has a job, That God renews every day. It must tell all people, That God [...]

Treasure Chest Poem

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Little Dandy Chorner, Sat in a corner. And started eating her bread. She took a big bite, Then looked toward the light, and said, Now to go to bed. Little Dandy Chorner, Slept in the corner. With now, a little chest. It holds my dolly, And my toy, melon collie. Plus my first math test.

Narcissa Whitman Ancestry

Posted By Category: History, Whitman

When Narcissa and her husband, Marcus Whitman, left for the great state of Washington, they had no idea the adventures that awaited them. But their story didn’t start the day they set foot on the Oregon Trail; no, it began years before either of them were born. The Prentiss family [...]