Rock of Ages: Grave Concerns

graveyards, gravestones, photography and family

Blacksheep Sunday: Benedict Arnold

Black sheep in the family? Of course, we all have (at least) one, right?
The main point to consider is: Was your ancestor really a black sheep? Or was it the situation at hand that others judge him (or her) to be a black sheep?

Let’s make an example of: General Benedict Arnold
In American history, he was a turncoat. He leaked troop movements to the British forces of General Charles Cornwallis, and got caught.
In Canadian history, he was a patriot.

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This entry was posted on March 13, 2011 by in The Graveyard Rabbit of Alberta and tagged , , , .


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