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The Dreamer

The Official Tumblr of The Dreamer Comic.
Apr 18 '14
terrorsarchangel:

At least my sorrows led to productivity?

terrorsarchangel:

At least my sorrows led to productivity?

Apr 16 '14

Will the REAL Robert Rogers please stand up?

spycurious:

New blog post! Will the REAL Robert Rogers please stand up?

It’s my pleasure to present the following guest post on the real Robert Rogers and Queen’s American Rangers of 1776 written by Todd Braisted, a foremost scholar of American Loyalists during the Revolutionary War. If you’ve seen TURN and haven’t yet cracked open a history book to find out more about Rogers, you might be surprised at some of the facts that follow!  -RS

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Robert Rogers of 1776

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Lots of information on the man who caught Nathan Hale.

Apr 16 '14

jaderaven-arts:

Make me choose! — Anonymous asked:

Your two favorite Founding Fathers [Alexander Hamilton or George Washington]

Well, if we’re talking key early American political leaders…

Though I cheated and drew him from his days as a captain of artillery, based on his appearance in The Dreamer. // [dA]

<3 !!!

Apr 15 '14
Apr 15 '14
Apr 14 '14

jaderaven93:

Dreamer Things —> Joseph Warren’s Oration

"With them I weep at her distress. And with them deeply resent the many injuries she has received from the hands of cruel and unreasonable men […]"

[Read more of The Dreamer here!]

Apr 14 '14

jaderaven93:

Dreamer Things —> Nathan Hale’s Spontoon

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Never forget the spontoon!

[Read more of The Dreamer here!]

SPONTOON! [link]

Apr 12 '14

jaderaven93:

Dreamer Things —> Introducing: John Warren

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Apr 10 '14

jaderaven93:

Dreamer Things —> "Saying Goodbye: Thom and Anna"

(Lora Innes, 2008:) “So I read a short biography on Thomas Knowlton last weekend and there was one sentence that jumped out at me. The speaker is talking about when Knowlton left with the army to go to Boston’s aid in 1775, “His wife, who preferred peace with her husband to aught that war could win without him, for once found his heart hardened against entreaties and tears.”

"I’ve thought a lot about Thomas Knowlton as army Colonel, and also as Thomas Knowlton as father, since I’ve written a lot of scenes that involve both he and his eldest son Frederick, but I realized I hadn’t thought much about Thomas Knowlton husband.”  Read more —>

[The Dreamer]

If you ever meet me at a convention, ask me what he whispers in her ear. I’ll tell you.

Apr 10 '14

jaderaven93:

Dreamer Things —> Introducing: Frederick Knowlton

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[Read more of The Dreamer here!]