Canada, 1882 by John Campbell

"Are hearts here strong enough to found A glorious people's sway?" Ask of our rivers as they bound From hill to plain, or ocean-sound, If they are strong to-day? If weakness in their floods be found, Then may ye answer "Nay!" "Is union yours? may foeman's might Your love ne'er break or chain?" Go see... Continue Reading →

Benjamin Franklin’s Bastard, by Sally Cabot

When we think of Benjamin Franklin, we undoubtedly reflect on his unequivocal achievements. A noted polymath, Franklin is a famous scientist, inventor, congressman, printer, philosopher, musician and economist. What we most likely don’t consider about Franklin is the lesser-known turmoil of his personal life. In Benjamin Franklin’s Bastard, Cabot has pieced together a chronology of... Continue Reading →

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