The Declaration: South-Carolina




      The Declaration: South-Carolina
A hardworking tobacco farmer in the Carolina Uplands, Justin wants only to provide for his family The outbreak of revolution turns his life upside down, and he cannot anticipate how even his seemingly most inconsequential actions will touch the lives of generations yet to come Through crushing setbacks and hard won victories, Justin s perseverance serves as a gift to his descendants. New Download The Declaration: South-Carolina By Lars D.H. Hedbor For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

What made the American Colonists turn their back on their King, and fight for independence How were they different from us and how were their hopes and fears familiar to our own hearts These are the sorts of questions that I think are important to ask in examining the American Revolution, and in the pages of my novels, I suggest some possible answers.I am an amateur historian, linguist, brewer, fiddler, astronomer and baker Professionally, I am a technologist, marketer, writer and father of six daughters.My love of history drives me to share the excitement of understanding the events of long ago, and how those events touch us still today.

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 author Lars D.H. Hedbor – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • The Declaration: South-Carolina
  • Lars D.H. Hedbor
  • English
  • 21 January 2018
  • 0989441067

10 thoughts on “ The Declaration: South-Carolina

  1. Malia says:

    Another great addition to the Tales from a Revolution series.Lars Hedbor has a magical way of bringing the revolution alive for the reader and this newest addition to the series does not disappoint I love the transition between the two storylines present day revolutionary and how they relate to each other Although I admit, I was confused at first, because it was so unlike the others I had read.I was especially drawn to the character, Katie Harris, in the present day storyline She di Another great addition to the Tales from a Revolution series.Lars Hedbor has a magical way of bringing the revolution alive for the reader and this newest addition to the series does not disappoint I love the transition between the two storylines present day revolutionary and how they relate to each other Although I admit, I was confused at first, because it was so unlike the others I had read.I was especially drawn to the character, Katie Harris, in the present day storyline She discov...

  2. Michelle Isenhoff says:

    The Mecklenburg Declaration was a declaration of independence made by citizens of North Carolina in 1775, a full year before Jefferson penned THE Declaration of Independence Because the first known reference to the document was in 1819 and no authentic copy of the original has ever been found, it remains highly controversial.In The Declaration, Mr Hedbor offers us a fictional account of a present day family finding a broadside of the Mecklenburg Declaration in the attic of their Revolution era The Mecklenburg Declaration was a declaration of independence made by citizens of North Carolina in 1775, a full year before Jefferson penned THE Declaration of Independence Because the first known reference to the document was in 1819 and no authentic copy of the original has ever been found, it remains highly controversial.In The Declaration, Mr Hedbor offers us a fictional account of a present day family finding a broadside of the Mecklenburg Declaration in the attic of their Revolution era house But what makes the story so effective is a side by side narrative of events taking place two hundred years before We re actually able to live the history being discovered in the attic.As ever, Mr Hedbor s strength lie in his ability to make the past come alive by giving it a face and a name and a heart I am especially a fan of the careful vernacular he uses t...

  3. Jody Robinson says:

    This is my favorite book of the series Lars always provides an unusual perspective for his stories and I liked this one that went between contemporary and historical times, telling the history of the family and of the Revolution.I love this series

  4. Laura says:

    I received this book for free I am voluntarily leaving this review and all opinions expressed herein are mine This story is told by mixing a present day story of the owners of a property with flashbacks to the owners of the same property during the time of the Revolutionary War Here, Katie has volunteered to help pack up her grandmother s house so that it can be sold and her grandmother moved to a nursing home As Katie is going through the attic, she finds a chest containing papers dating ba I received this book for free I am voluntarily leaving this review and all opinions expressed herein are mine This story is told by mixing a present day story of the owners of a property with flashbacks to the owners of the same property during the time of the Revolutionary War Here, Katie has volunteered to help pack up her grandmother s house so that it can be sold and her grandmother moved to a nursing home As Katie is going through the attic, she finds a chest containing papers dating back to the Revolutionary War A local historian is called to authenticate the documents During the Revolutionary War, the same property is owned by tobacco farmer Justin Harris and his family The Harris family is forced to make decisions related to their farm, becoming involved in the uprising against Britain and their sl...

  5. Emmy says:

    audiobook Tales from a Revolution are a series a tales with settings scattered within the Thirteen Colonies Each book is a stand alone tale centered in a little known town village and how the war effected, impacted, or changed the way of life Lesser known historical facts are woven into or leading up to thepivotal or History Class taught battles These arethan A Day in the Life It s heavy with emotion and turmoil The Declaration is a phenomenal ...

  6. Deedra says:

    Audible Excellent The finding of a document among papers in an attic set the scene for a tale of past and present of one family both in the Revolutionary war and now.Shamaan Casey was a wonderful narrator.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and ha...

  7. Jan says:

    Disclaimer our family used to be American Revolutionary War reenactors.I thought that this was an excellent historical The idea of a family of today finding a prewar document is possible, and the parallel voicing of today and then i...

  8. Scott Skipper says:

    Katie Harris, near modern day Charleston, is helping her grandmother clear her house in preparation for moving into a nursing home Starting in the attic Katie finds an ancient trunk bearing the name Elizabeth Harris Inside she finds letters and documents dating to the Revolutionary period An historian from the university arrives to authenticate them and uncovers an evenearth shattering and plan changing discovery Nearly two hundred and fifty years earlier Justin Harris ekes a living Katie Harris, near modern day Charleston, is helping her grandmother clear her house in preparation for moving into a nursing home Starting in the attic Katie finds an ancient trunk bearing the name Elizabeth Harris Inside she finds letters an...

  9. Mv says:

    This story is set in both the past and the present We follow a present day grandmother and granddaughter as they find a copy of an old paper up in their attic It was kept safe for many generations and finding it has a huge impact on their lives We also follow the story of their ancestors during the time prior to the writing of the Mecklenburg Declaration The colonists, due to the horrible treatment by the British troops, band together to fight back and protect their own Our main character j This story is set in both the past and the present We follow a present day grandmother and granddaughter as they find a copy of an old paper up in their attic It was kept safe for many generations and finding it has a huge impact on their lives We also follow the story of their ancestors during the time prior to the writing of the Mecklenburg Declaration The colonists, due to the horrible treatment by the British troops, band to...

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