Hercules of the Revolution

A novel based on the life of Peter Francisco by 7th generation descendant Travis Bowman.
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TV & Radio Interviews

Travis has been a guest on NBC Charlotte and on several nationally syndicated radio shows.
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The Peter Francisco Story

The first documentary ever produced about George Washington’s "One Man Army" continues to air on PBS. Buy it TODAY!

Hercules Comes to LIFE

Travis enjoys bringing Peter Francisco to life with a 6’ broadsword at venues all over the country. Watch a clip NOW!

Hercules the MOVIE

A movie based on Travis Bowman's novel Hercules of the Revolution is slated to release in 2015. Learn more NOW!

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Extra! Extra! The RevWar Daily

The newspaper is not dead. It's L.I.! Paper.li, that is.

Allow me to introduce The RevWar Daily, a compendium of Revolutionary War news, stories, trivia, personas and rich media based on the tweets by the good folks on my RevWar twitter list. The paper culls the various posts of the day and then re-organizes them in newspaper style format, featuring headlines and other sections like Education, Arts & Entertainment, Politics, Living and Media.

If you have a Twitter profile that focuses on the American Revolution, such as events, people, landmarks, etc., leave a comment with your Twitter handle or drop me a tweet @peterfrancisco. We are seeking contributors, including chapters of Sons of the American Revolution and Daughters of the American Revolution!

The RevWar Daily - A Digest of American Revolution News, Facts, and Trivia by members of the #RevWar Twitter community

Below are snapshots of a few tweeps whose posts will be featured.

J.L. Bell is a writer and blogger specializing in the start of the American Revolution in the Boston area. His tweets @Boston1775 include history, analysis & unabashed gossip about the American Revolution in New England.

Todd Andrlik hosts an online museum of historic newspapers (of all things!), describing them as first drafts of history and primary source material for historians, authors and educators. @RagLinen is a steady stream of media about, well, media!

The genius behind Ross & Revere Revolutionary Design, @illustr8r often tweets about Revolutionary War news, art, and, well, life! By day, she is an acclaimed children's artist and by night she designs many of the graphics for national and local tea party campaigns.

Tweets from The Freedom Trail Foundation, the non-profit organization responsible for promoting Boston's historic path, The Freedom Trail.

Former chef to the POTUS, Marti Mongiello is now the entrepreneur of a colonial bed & breakfast near Charlotte, North Carolina, called The Inn of the Patriots. In addition to the B&B, @martimongiello is also spearheading the development of a resort dedicated to the living history of the American Revolution.

Joseph D'Agnese & Denise Kiernan are the authors of Signing Their Lives Away: The Fame & Misfortune of the Men Who Signed the Declaration of Independence. Tweets from @56Signers include backstories on America's founding fathers along with windows into their lives and many sacrifices for the cause.

Don Vitale is the editor of Early America Review an online periodical celebrating its 15th year in publication on Archiving Early America. @EarlyAmerica offers timely and exciting stories of early America's historic past, along with videos, games, music and more from the pages of Archiving Early America.

Taking Twitter by storm is Jason Phelan, creator of @PatriotCast, a virtual day-by-day calendar of the American Revolution. Right now, it's the year 1776 on this Revolutionary War rewind, and you won't want to miss it!

All things related to the Keystone State's contribution to the American Revolution. Expect @RevolutionaryPA to tweet on milestones, historic dates, genealogy and geocaching/waymarking! (Yes, you read that right!) Look for their website coming soon.

Like me, Steve Boothe is a working husband and father with ancestors who fought in the American Revolution. @Smoothe_1 is fascinated with that period in early American history and Lou Gehrig. Expect to learn things you never knew about both!

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