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TO EDUCATE

The founders of our nation, having a thoroughgoing knowledge of history, were keenly aware that a constitutional republic could only survive if its citizens were both virtuous and educated. While they may have differed in opinion on the necessary degree of learnedness, and the surest means of instilling virtue, they certainly agreed that both requirements were indispensible to a nation hoping to endure.

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TO ENLIVEN

Liberty, like love, is not something that you are “in” – or that you possess – it is something that you do. As you would make enduring love, you must also make enduring liberty. Liberty is not a noun but a verb. Like love, it must be passionate, unbridled and honest, and it must be tended to or it will be lost.

We seek to rouse the populace through active media initiatives in the spirit of Samuel Adams & the Sons of Liberty. Utilizing our blog and other social media we will stoke the fires of liberty

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TO ENTERTAIN

Through innovative and immersive (i2) productions we bring the light of old world knowledge and wisdom through the prism of new world dynamism. Our products are both engaging and entertaining while engendering an unbridled reverence for the past.

With today’s ever-shortening attention spans, it has become more and more difficult to attract and engage the minds of the current generation, and yet the stakes for our country and its place in the worldLearn More

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“The American History Guild is a place of extreme importance to our country and to me and my family.  Under the leadership of John and Bill we learned at the feet of masters, they wisely brought the relevance of history to life in a way that developed in our family a greater love for our country and our God.  I endorse and highly esteem the American History Guild.”
Matt Lacey, Atlanta, Georgia
“I enjoyed the presentations and thought Bill Potter’s talk was great.  It was very informative and well organized to cover such a broad subject area.”
Jim West, AIA, Dean, College of Architecture, Art and Design Mississippi State University
“I really could write a book about how much we all learned from AHG. But more than that, the passion for history that it flamed. Thank you! We will pray for it to be a success. May God bless.”
Vicki Hightower, Dunwoody, Georgia
“You did a masterful job in compiling all of the information about our State’s courthouses, and Bill Potter’s historical information is extremely well done.  It is an excellent documentation of his extensive research and reveals so much of our history that I had never heard before.”
Charles E. Weatherly, Director of Development Emeritus Mississippi State University Foundation