History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “Washington’s Farewell Speech.” Our first elected president, President George Washington, gave a farewell speech when he decided to not run for a third term. President Washington wanted to inspire and guide future generations. Washington’s farewell speech first appeared on […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at the “New Republic.” In the early days of the new republic, new laws were enacted to protect the rights of the people from oppression and a tyrannical government. Congress created the Department of State, Department of the Treasury, and the […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at the “U.S. Constitution.” The Constitution is the most important document of the United States. The Constitution protects the right of each individual to govern themselves. In order to protect this right, each citizen needs to understand their rights and responsibilities. […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “Ratification of the Constitution.” During this time, major events included debate over ratification, new political groups, and state conventions. Debate over ratification took place in state legislatures, mass meetings, newspapers, and everyday conversations. Those who supported the new Constitution began […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “A New Constitution.” During this time, events leading up to the new constitution included debate and compromise, checks and balances, and an amendment procedure for future revisions. Every state, except Rhode Island, sent delegates to Philadelphia in May 1787 to […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “A Young Nation.” During this time, events such as state constitutions, individual liberty rights, and the Articles of Confederation helped the United States of America develop as a new nation. Each state developed its own constitution. For instance, the earliest […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “The War to Independence.” During this time, events such as the Declaration of Independence and the Battle at Yorktown led to other nations recognizing the United States as a sovereign nation. The Declaration of Independence was created with specific sections […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “The Road to War.” During this time, events such as the Boston Tea Party, the minutemen, and a pamphlet called, “Common Sense” all led to the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson instructed the patriots to create committees of correspondence. To […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “The American Revolution.” During this time, the French and Indian War, British government regulations, and the Boston Massacre all occurred. The French and Indian War was from 1754-1763. It began with the French and the British both wanting control […]

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “New Ideas, 1660-1775.” During this time, a revolution, a period of enlightenment and a great awakening came to America. When Charles II became king in 1660, he brought with him new ways to keep the colonies under his control. […]