Today's American Minute (by American Priorities 501(c)3) — "Victory of freedom over oppression ... over the forces of evil"-FDR

"Victory of freedom over oppression ... over the forces of evil"-FDR, August 22, 1942 - American Minute with Bill Federer

"Victory of freedom over oppression ... over the forces of evil"-FDR 1942 - American Minute with Bill Federer August 22

"Victory of freedom over oppression ... over the forces of evil"-FDR, August 22, 1942 - American Minute with Bill Federer

People of faith have always faced challenges. This was acknowledged by President Franklin Roosevelt regarding settlers along the Mississippi. Between 1699 and 1760, in the Louisiana Territory, the French founded 5 major settlements on the east side of the Mississippi River (in present-day Illinois): Cahokia, Kaskaskia, Fort de Chartres, Saint Philippe, Prairie du Rocher; and one settlement on the west side, Ste. Genevieve (in present-day Missouri.) On August 22, 1935, President Roosevelt greeted by telephone the Bi-Centennial Celebration of Sainte Genevieve, the first permanent settlement in Missouri: "The history of the town of Sainte Genevieve eloquently testifies to the fortitude...

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