"History is but the unrolled scroll of prophecy."

                             --James Garfield, 20th president of the United States

    Nobody has spoken to one of the country’s founders since James Madison died in 1836, but it is not unusual to hear the names, deeds and words of the founders called forth in support of today’s political agendas. The way some people talk, you would think they had just swigged ale with Thomas Jefferson at Gadsby’s Tavern.
     But what did the founders actually say? What did they actually believe? What did they actually do?  Nearly two years ago, we set out to provide answers with a new website that would explore how history impacts current events and can guide our future. We called our website YT&T, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (YTTwebzine.com).
     Over time, we’ve noticed that many of our visitors are students. We are honored to be a trusted source, and so YT&T now presents StudyHall.Rocks. 
     Our website offers quick studies of historical topics: Who were the Founding Fathers? Was the Boston Massacre really a massacre? What was the Stamp Act? These stories and others provide links to respected sources.
     But StudyHall.Rocks isn't just for the young. It is for students of all ages. After all, we keep learning, long after graduation.

     If you have ideas for a quick study, send a message by clicking the contact us line found here and throughout the website. You can also find us on Facebook and Pinterest.
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