PLYMOUTH SETTLEMENT, THE HISTORY

REDMOND'S REVIEWS are provided frequently at Universal Digest.

PLYMOUTH SETTLEMENT, A HISTORY 1608-1650 Plymouth was settled by Pilgrims arriving from England in 1608. In this week’s rendition of REDMOND’S REVIEW, this book review details some of the history of the time Plymouth settlement. THE HISTORY OF THE PLYMOUTH SETTLEMENT, 1608-1650 AD As the political narrative, along with the mandated tenured professors indoctrination on… Continue reading PLYMOUTH SETTLEMENT, THE HISTORY

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INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS

This is an image of a young Darren Redmond. He reviews Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains.

INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains, written by Charles A Eastman in 1918, I put into the ‘must read’ file, for those who want to learn more about North America’s first people. Its author, Charles Eastman, a proud Santee Sioux, out of Red Falls Minnesota, learned many of the stories communicated… Continue reading INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS

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OSCAR MAYER COMES TO TOWN

The latest version of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile on display.

PREFACE Oscar Mayer hot dogs are an established icon of yore in America’s history. The terms used of hamburgers, hot dogs, and apple pie have been the mantra of food buffs as the United States grew into international fame with its acronyms of love for automobiles, cowboys, Hollywood, and anything glitzy. While the fascination of… Continue reading OSCAR MAYER COMES TO TOWN

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HANDBAGS OF THE ANUNNAKI

What were these handbags or purses depicted in glyph carved in stone and other materials in ancient history?

Handbags or purses were depicted numerous times in ancient history. This isn’t about a UFOs in ancient history but it is related by connection of the Anunnaki. I’m sure a lot of you have seen numerous images of the ancient divine deities and other beings carrying peculiar ‘handbags’ also known as ‘purses’ in their hands… Continue reading HANDBAGS OF THE ANUNNAKI

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