HERO OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION This is the True Story of one of the best remembered heroes of the American revolution, a true “Son of Liberty” and his well-known midnight ride of Lexington and Concord. Paul Revere comes to life as he shares his role in the secret underground organization known as the “Sons of […]
U.S. PRESIDENT, REVOLUTIONARY WAR GENERAL The father of our country is presented in first person with Washington as a surveyor, a fearless explorer, a military soldier, and the first President of the new United States.
U.S. PRESIDENT, WWII GENERAL Eisenhower’s thoughts and actions are brought to life as he approaches the eve of “Operation Overlord,” D-Day and June 6, 1944 which was the Longest Day.
GERMAN INDUSTRIALIST Oskar Schindler (April 28, 1908 – October 9, 1974) was an ethnic German industrialist credited with saving over 1,100 Jews during the Holocaust by employing them in his enamelware and ammunition factories, which were located in what is now Poland and the Czech Republic respectively.
CIVIL WAR SOLDIER Civil War soldier Jack Skelly was the beau of Jenny Wade of Gettysburg, PA. Corporal Skelly was fatally wounded at the Battle of Winchester in June of 1863 when the Confederates advanced North. Jenny Wade was killed on the third day of fighting at Gettysburg. Neither one knew of the others death.
PIONEER/MISSIONARY John Chapman was a nurseryman, missionary, humanitarian, and early pioneer of the Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana wilderness. Chapman planted over one thousand acres in apple trees across three states and traveled more miles than any other recorded pioneer of his generation.
FRONTIERSMAN Boone’s Indian name was “Sheltowee” (Big Turtle) and he was known to the various tribes throughout the area as the long hunter or long rifle. Boone was one of the first real heroes on the wilderness frontier, as well as one of the founding fathers of the state of Kentucky. In 1799, he moved […]
U.S ARMY GENERAL George Smith Patton, Jr. (November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945) was an officer in the United States Army best known for his leadership as a general during World War II. He also developed a reputation for eccentricity and for his sometimes-controversial gruff outspokenness. In 1944, Patton assumed command of the U.S. […]
SHAWNEE WAR CHIEF Tecumseh was know as the “Panther Crossing the Night Sky.” Born in the Kispokotha Sept of the Shawnee Nation, Tecumseh became the war chief of his nation and fought against the expansion of the United States into the Midwest Indian lands.
BANK ROBBER Charles Arthur “Pretty Boy” Floyd (February 3, 1904 – October 22, 1934) was an American bank robber who operated in the Midwest and West South Central States. His criminal exploits gained heavy press coverage in the 1930s. He remains a familiar figure in American popular culture, sometimes seen as notorious, but at other […]
ARMY SCOUT, WOODSMAN, INDIAN FIGHTER Kenton’s fame as an army scout, woodsman, and Indian fighter is well documented in the annals of Kentuckey and Ohio history. By the time he had reached the age of twenty-one, his exploits and courage had become legendary throughout the frontier settlements of Ohio and Kentucky. Kenton was also one […]
Other characters include: Thomas Jefferson Andrew Carnegie Lewis Wetzel Harry S. Truman Douglas Macarthur John D. Rockefeller Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Simon Kenton Meriwether Lewis Simon Girty Reverend David Zeisberger Benjamin Franklin Warren G. Harding The Sons of Liberty Patriots in Petticoats