Author: Timothy Kestrel

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Delve into the facts behind the fiction as Timo explores the historical setting vividly depicted in each of his novels. Here, you’ll find the truth is just as wonder-filled as the tales.

Here, you’ve found the magical place where your voice is heard, and you finally get answers to your burning questions.

From tiny curiosities to big ideas, I can’t wait to discover your side of the story, and provide the information you’ve been waiting for.

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30
June, 2015
 

Stand and deliver!

Epitomizing the devilish character straight from fiction, William Plunkett’s life and deeds incite curiosity across the North America even today. With a love for adventure and dream to make money, the chemist turned into...

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27
May, 2015
 

General Braddock’s Expedition to Disaster

Poor military tactics and inflexible leadership of General Braddock squandered the advantage of superior numbers at the Battle of Monongahela, and the French badly rout...

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Recent Posts

4
September, 2015
 

Wilderness in Upstate New York in 1750s

Stunning Catskill Mountains, the dome-shaped mesmerizing Adirondacks, and the Lake George, Queen of American lakes, are witness to fantastic tales of ...

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29
July, 2015
 

Sir Johnson Wheeling and Dealing with the Iroquois

Sir William Johnson’s Relationships with Iroquois Nation - and Women Sir William Johnson, the 1st Baronet, has left an indelible footprint on the histor...

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22
July, 2015
 

Ethnic Cleansing of the Acadians – Prompted by Greed

The Acadian's deportation from the eastern Maritime Provinces of present-day Canada by the British during the 1750s is one of the most darkest periods in American history. Viewed as an obstacle to the expansionist policies of colonists, the ent...

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30
June, 2015
 

Stand and deliver!

Epitomizing the devilish character straight from fiction, William Plunkett’s life and deeds incite curiosity across the North America even today. With a love for adventure and dream to make money, the chemist turned into...

Read More >


22
June, 2015
 

The Iroquois “Captainesses”

Torchbearers of Native American culture, Iroquois women chiefs were vivaciously described by European historians as true “captainesses” and “women of quality.” Popularly known as Sachems, these women Iroquois Chiefs steered the clan and contributed to its development process with astute prag...

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