LaFayette

by The Rev. Robert Girard Carroon, M.Div, D.Litt Past Chaplain General The Marquis de La Fayette was born on September 6, 1757 in the Chateau de Chavaniac in Auvernge, France. He was baptized “the very high and very mighty lord Monseigneur Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du Motier de La Fayette, legitimate son of the very high and very […]

Australia

AUSTRALIA AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION Associate Harry L. Walen describes how the settling of Australia by the British Crown was influenced by loss of the American colonies — and that some of the people involved in the early growth of our nation and the subcontinent had similar backgrounds. As the time for the America’s Cup […]

The Baronets of New England

by Past Treasurer General Duane L.C.M. Galles A century and a half ago toward the close of the War between the States a part of that conflict played itself out as a Kulturkampf, a cultural war. The South had described themselves as gentlemen and offspring of those called Cavaliers during the English Revolution. The Yankees, […]