FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Springfield, Va. – Mike Rothmiller, New York Times Bestselling Author, and patriot will donate all proceeds from sales of the paperback edition of “America. Words that Shaped the Nation. The First 50 Years 1776-1826 (Volume 1)” during the month of May. Rothmiller, a resident of Prescott, Arizona, has authored many other books, including “My Hero” featuring art and essays from the Armed Services YMCA’s Annual Art and Essay Contest designed to help military children express their unique challenges in a healthy way through visual art and the written word. This effort continues his support the Armed Services YMCA.
The paperback book is available via Amazon.com.
“America. Words that Shaped the Nation. The First 50 Years. 1776- 1826” contains our country’s foremost milestone documents. These documents were gathered from National Archives and Records Administrations national holdings. The documents contained in volume one chronicle United States history from 1776 to 1826. Volume two will cover the years 1827 to the present. This is a must reference book for every American and those desiring to become American’s. These volumes are comprised of the 100 documents that the staff of the National Archives has judged most important relating to the founding and evolution of America. All items are provided with a short introduction, a copy of the original document, and for ease of reading a typed transcript. Original documents are available at the National Archives and Records Administration. Documents included in this book are; The Lee Resolution, The Declaration of Independence, The Articles of Confederation, The Treaty of Alliance with France, The Seal of the United States of America, The Treaty of Paris, The Virginia Plan, Northwest Ordinance, Constitution of the United States, The Federalist papers, George Washington’s First Inaugural Speech, Federal Judiciary Act, The Bill of Rights, The Cotton Gin Patent, President Washington’s Farewell Address, The Alien and Sedition Act, President Jefferson secret request for Lewis & Clark funding, The Louisiana Purchase, Marbury vs. Madison, The Treaty of Ghent, McCulloch vs. Maryland, The Missouri Compromise, The Monroe Doctrine, Gibbons vs. Ogden.
About Armed Services YMCA
Each year, the Armed Services YMCA serves more than half a million junior enlisted active duty soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and their families from 200 locations in 18 states. Whether providing respite child care for parents in need, summer camps for kids, or assisting with emergency needs, the Armed Services YMCA is a non-profit with a mission: Make Military Life Easier. To learn more about the Armed Services YMCA visit asymca.org, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.
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