American History

Allan on April 26th, 2024

I accompanied my younger son, a university student, on a trip to Mississippi and Louisiana. The trip was his idea and he planned it. A road trip is an opportunity to see our country at ground level. You drive through part of the U.S.A, you see landscapes, cities, historical sites and even talk to people. […]

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The National Park Service recently decided to remove a statue of William Penn, founder of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, from a park in Philadelphia. But apparently owing to the outcry, this plan was canceled.  Now for some fallout from the cancellation of the cancellation. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January […]

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Two years ago, the Supreme Court imposed a revolutionary ruling on the state of Oklahoma, and it’s still unraveling. In McGirt v. Oklahoma, and its companion case Sharp v. Murphy, the Supreme Court decreed that the Creek (Muscogee) Indian reservation had never been abolished and still exists. That understanding was expanded to declare that the […]

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Allan on October 12th, 2021

Columbus is one of the most honored men in the United States, but in recent decades there’s been a concerted attack on Columbus and his legacy. What’s really going on here? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published October 12th, 2021, at US Incorporated.

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A family vacation is a great way of learning about, teaching, and appreciating American history and heritage, which is very important today. Our family recently visited the Cumberland Gap, an important site in American history. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published June 9th, 2021, on US Incorporated.

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Allan on May 30th, 2021

My first VDARE article was published twenty years ago, on May 30th, 2001. Now it’s May 30th, 2021. Here is a retrospective of the past twenty years writing for VDARE. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published May 29th, 2021, on VDARE.COM.

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The land runs form an important part of Oklahoma history. But now, with the war on American heritage, the Oklahoma land runs are under attack, even in a city (Oklahoma City) which was founded by a land run. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published February 3rd, 2021, on […]

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Allan on October 1st, 2020

In July, my family and I traveled in the South (from North Carolina in the east to Texas in the west) for half the month (in three separate trips). Here is some of what we saw, and how it relates to the National Question and today’s situation. For the entire article, click here. Article by […]

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The Virginia General Assembly recently celebrated its four hundredth anniversary, having been founded in 1619 at Jamestown, where America began. Besides being the oldest legislative body in the Western Hemisphere, this lawmaking body is an important, formative part of American history. It served under three national governments: The British Empire, the Confederate States of America […]

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The Oklahoma Land Run was a unique aspect of American history, and an important part of the state of Oklahoma’s heritage. Taking place from 1889 to 1895, the land runs were races for land, in which prospective landowners raced for 160-acre farms.  If they could successfully occupy these farms for five years, they would receive […]

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