https://youtu.be/4lJgJqoCL2g Mother Shipton, England's most famous Seer, has gone down in history. But Who was she really?
During the 16th and 17th Century, Europeans where racing to lay claim to the newly ‘discovered’ America’s. It was a New World, filled with promise and mystique. Europeans were lured by the tales of riches, resources and land that was just begging to be developed and shaped in their favour. But that’s not to say … Continue reading The Roanoke Colony: Foundations
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Anne Lister, a landowner who is best remembered because of her letters and diaries. She broke the expectations of her time and became a renowned businesswoman. What did it take for a woman to excel in these times? Anne was born as the second child of the notable soldier Jeremy Lister, but out of four … Continue reading Anne Lister:The Diaries that shocked the Country
We know the stories of outlaws and all their thrilling adventures. But what where these crime gangs really like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6pOcHi4aeY
Everyone knows the story of the Spanish Armada of 1588 and the subsequent victory of the rag tag English ships. But the conflict didn't end in 1588. The Anglo-Spanish wars would continue for decades. Welcome to one of the forgotten failures of England's own aggression. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyvy6z_OQxU
I'v been debating creating a Youtube channel for quiet some time now. As of a few weeks ago I finally took the plunge in the hopes of expanding my reach and exploring new methods to channel my passion for history.I'm happy to finally share my new channel here. Currently the content consists of my Franklin … Continue reading My New Youtube Channel
Anyone who has taken a literature course has likely heard of the Bronte sisters. Three sisters who became some of the most significant figures in the cannon of English writers. But the family had its fair share of skeletons hiding in their closet. Their family home in West Yorkshire. Three of his daughters found fame, … Continue reading Branwell Bronte: A story of addiction and lost potential.
A number of bones have been found belonging to Franklin's men. However the question to their identities is still largely unknown. Here we will look at the few examples of complete skeletons and theorize their identities. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WhGYnO_n8s
https://videopress.com/v/sZs7Nhrx?preloadContent=metadata John Torrington, John Hartnell and William Braine' Additional notes on Torrington, Hartnell and Braine: Hartnell’s autopsy was performed with an inverted Y incision. This suggests it may have been rushed as this method allows faster access to organs but is less ‘tidy’ and harder to reintern the organs. Although there was no formalized way … Continue reading The Fate of Franklin: Skeptism and the Beechey island camp.