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Sweeping historical saga of the United States (USA), Canada and Mexico from their deep origins to our present epoch. Join host Mark Vinet on this exciting and fascinating journey through time, exploring and focusing on the interesting, compelling, wonderful and tragic stories of the North American continent, its inhabitants, heroes, villains, leaders, environment and geography.
 
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Denary Novels, Book One — Continuing saga of the 10-volume international historical mystery and suspense thriller series titled Denary Novels by Mark Vinet, which are heavily immersed in World history with connections to North America. Get FREE access to this novel’s accompanying visuals, including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, an…
 
The defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 brought fame, both for England and Queen Elizabeth I, and greatly affected the future development of North America. Europe was stunned that such a small island nation had successfully defended itself against such a major aggressor and foreign diplomats began to court England as a possible ally. Elizabeth's p…
 
It's the summer of 1588, and all is not well in England. Citizens are plotting to betray their Monarch for Spanish gold, and the dreaded Armada is coming closer and closer. It's up to the Queen’s Sea Dogs and navy to stop them, but will they succeed in convincing Queen Elizabeth that such action is necessary? And when the Spanish ships finally arri…
 
Denary Novels, Book One — Continuing saga of the 10-volume international historical mystery and suspense thriller series titled Denary Novels by Mark Vinet, which are heavily immersed in World history with connections to North America. Get FREE access to this novel’s accompanying visuals, including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, an…
 
On May 28th, 1588, a fleet of a hundred and fifty-one Spanish ships set out from Lisbon, bound for England. Its mission was to transport a huge invasion force across the Channel. The Spanish King, Philip II, was determined to remove Queen Elizabeth from the throne and return the English to the Catholic fold. Two months later the mighty Spanish Arma…
 
The Anglo-Spanish War (1585–1604) was an intermittent conflict between the Kingdoms of Spain and England. The conflict included much English privateering against Spanish treasure ships in the New World, and several major sea battles including the Spanish Armada in 1588 which influenced the subsequent exploration, commercialization, settlement and c…
 
Denary Novels, Book One — Continuing saga of the 10-volume international historical mystery and suspense thriller series titled Denary Novels by Mark Vinet, which are heavily immersed in World history with connections to North America. Get FREE access to this novel’s accompanying visuals, including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, an…
 
What happened when the English colonists finally settled on the coast of North Carolina in the 1580s? What are the prevailing theories about what happened to the colonists? Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/ioXpW7O3iM0 which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, and diagra…
 
The mystery of the ‘Lost Colony’ on Roanoke Island involved an English settlement in North America that vanished in the late 1580s. Let’s set the stage for the colonial venture and analyze the first two missions to Roanoke. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/VKZoyTJbZpo which has accompanying visuals including maps, c…
 
Denary Novels, Book One — Continuing saga of the 10-volume international historical mystery and suspense thriller series titled Denary Novels by Mark Vinet, which are heavily immersed in World history with connections to North America. Get FREE access to this novel’s accompanying visuals, including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, an…
 
Sir Richard Grenville (1542-91) Walter Raleigh’s cousin, was a celebrated Elizabethan Sea Dog—an informal name bestowed upon English privateers who were authorised by Queen Elizabeth I to raid England's enemies, even during times of peace. Carrying letters of marque issued by the English Crown, the Sea Dogs frequently attacked both enemy shipping a…
 
Elizabethan England began sending expeditions to coastal North America in the hopes of discovering wealth and riches, or, taking possession of the treasure accumulated and transported by Spain. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/Cb8qt3cTI7Q which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illu…
 
Denary Novels, Book One — Continuing saga of the 10-volume international historical mystery and suspense thriller series titled Denary Novels by Mark Vinet, which are heavily immersed in World history with connections to North America. Get FREE access to this novel’s accompanying visuals, including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, an…
 
Elizabethan England’s attempts at establishing a foothold on the eastern coast of North America, known as The Roanoke Voyages of 1584 to 1590. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/aoaO2k6tGuw which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, and diagrams. Go follow our TikTok page …
 
Sir Humphrey Gilbert (1539–83) was an Elizabethan adventurer, explorer, member of parliament and soldier who served during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I and was a pioneer of the English colonial empire in North America. He was a maternal half-brother of Sir Walter Raleigh and a cousin of Sir Richard Grenville. His dramatic death at sea in 1583 is …
 
Denary Novels, Book One— Da Vinci Code meets Mission Impossible in this exciting international murder mystery and historical suspense thriller about family, greed and intrigue. Embark on an incredible journey from NYC's Empire State Building to Northern Italy in the search for religious art treasures that have been lost for centuries... the Maesta …
 
Sir Francis Drake was one of the many Buccaneers that roamed the shores of North America on behalf of Queen Elizabeth I in the late 1570s. He was an English explorer, sea captain, privateer, slave trader, Elizabethan naval officer, and politician. He is best known for his circumnavigation of the world in a single expedition, from 1577-80. This incl…
 
Martin Frobisher was an Elizabethan seaman, adventurer and explorer who made three voyages (1576-77-78) to the New World looking for the Northwest Passage to Asia. His initial voyage to Northern Canada was the first well-documented contact between Europeans and Inuit, formally known as Eskimo. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https:…
 
I have an announcement regarding a NEW feature of the History of North America podcast called EXTRA. Many of you have asked me to produce audio versions of each of the Denary Historical Books I have authored—a 10-volume international historical mystery and suspense thriller series titled Denary Novels. Since my Denary books are heavily immersed in …
 
Admiral Sir John Hawkins was an Elizabethan shipbuilder, naval administrator and commander, merchant, navigator, privateer and slave trader. One of the foremost seamen of 16th-century England, he was the chief architect of the Elizabethan navy and was one of the many Buccaneers that roamed the shores of North America on behalf of Queen Elizabeth th…
 
Let’s examine a few incredible people, events, and artifacts that shaped, influenced, and changed the course of North American history. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/5Ug4jat5Amg which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, and diagrams. Mark Vinet's TIMELINE video chann…
 
Queen Elizabeth was crowned and buried in 1603 at Westminster Abbey, a large twin-towered Gothic church with a vast interior. Founded over a millennium ago, it is one of the United Kingdom’s most notable religious buildings and the traditional place of coronation and burial site for English and, later, British monarchs. Many royal marriages and nat…
 
Gloriana had illuminated an era, for which she gave it her name. A grand ceremony was about to begin. Her Majesty was dressed for the occasion and coiffed in style. Good Queen Bess always dominated special occasions and today would be no exception. Her subjects would pay her homage, as they should. Although Regina’s Monarch and Sovereign official p…
 
Our next mission is to discover the places of birth (1533) and death (1603) of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the First during the glorious era that was Tudor England which helped shape the early exploration and colonization of the North American Continent. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/u58vM0O3kaM which has accomp…
 
Is it important to study history? Why do we need to know what’s come before us? Isn’t it enough to just... live in the moment? Let’s explore these important questions with renowned historian Victor Davis Hanson. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/_M-OaOK0m6g which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timel…
 
Let’s examine the clever and effective use of political art during the reign of Queen Elizabeth while visiting Jesus College founded in 1571 under the reign of the Monarch, making it the only Elizabethan College within the University of Oxford. Paintings of her likeness demonstrated the Tudor concept of power. The portraiture of Queen Elizabeth the…
 
Elizabeth was born at Greenwich in 1533 and was the daughter of the Tudor King Henry VIII by his second wife Anne Boleyn. Elizabeth succeeded her half-sister Queen Mary to the throne in 1558. Elizabeth’s long reign was one of the most brilliant in English history. Referred to as The Golden Age, it is remembered for the defeat of the Spanish Armada …
 
As England’s Tudors prepare to explore and settle in America, the battle rages on to determine if the English colonization will be done under the Protestant regime or Catholic banner of Queen Mary I (1516-53-58). Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/lsiVBPfyxjg which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, time…
 
In 1553, the Tudors are only a few years away from colonizing America, but first they must determine which Sovereign shall lay claim to these looming trans-Atlantic discoveries. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/fmzN4c24--Q which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations, and d…
 
Henry is Dead, Long live King Edward! Tudor King Henry VIII died in 1547 leaving England’s Crown to his son Edward VI (1537-47-53) whose short reign led to the royal ascension of his two sisters and the imminent exploration and colonization of America. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/6HMXrkWhERg which has accompany…
 
Before England ruled the Waves, there was the Mary Rose (1511-45), a technologically advanced sailing vessel that contributed to the future world domination of the English Navy, including the vast waters surrounding the North American continent. While she lay on the sea bed since 1545, the wreck of the Mary Rose and its contents were preserved in s…
 
His life was rocked by repeated scandal, religious schism and lustful ambition making King Henry VIII one of the most fascinating and mixed characters to influence North America’s history. King Henry VIII is probably the most well-known and most studied of English monarchs. His reign is often seen as a prelude to and the forerunner of the British E…
 
Tudor King Henry the 8th (1491-1509-1547) is probably the most well-known and most studied of English monarchs. His reign is often seen as a prelude to and the forerunner of the British Empire and English activities on the North American continent. Certainly, without the institutional changes he brought, the wars he fought, and the religious differ…
 
The glorious era that was Tudor England helped shape the early exploration and colonization of the North American Continent. Join me as we begin a deep dive into Tudor England and its Great Transatlantic Explorers. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/lthofwdylGg which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, ti…
 
Before we embark on new exciting adventures and travel to other parts of the continent let’s examine the Legacy of French Florida with Eric Yanis of The Other States of America podcast. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/VhlB6TdNy_g which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustration…
 
Spanish Conquistador Pedro Menéndez de Avilés routed the French Florida colony in 1565 and slaughtered the Protestant Huguenots. Three years later, French nobleman and soldier Dominique de Gourgues returned to the area, and, with the help of Native allies, massacred the Spanish garrison in retaliation. Eric Yanis of The Other States of America podc…
 
In 1565, the Spanish decide to enforce their claim to La Florida, and establish the settlement of St. Augustine to challenge the French at nearby Fort Caroline, under the leadership of Jean Ribault, French Huguenot René Goulaine de Laudonnière, and Admiral Gaspard de Coligny. Eric Yanis of The Other States of America podcast continues his compellin…
 
Mark explores a complicated but fascinating concept that permeates the ether of our modern North American societal discourse. Historical Guilt is the feeling of great shame, regret and/or sadness for a historical moment, event, period or something that happened in the past. In other words, the outpouring of sympathy for bygone transgressions that m…
 
Infamous pirate John Hawkins, was one of the many Buccaneers that roamed the territory of French Florida in the early 1560s. Mark is joined by The Other States of America's Eric Yanis. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/rtq-ZrUPvTM which has accompanying visuals including maps, charts, timelines, photos, illustrations…
 
The Saturiwa were a Timucua chiefdom centered on the mouth of the St. Johns River in what is now Jacksonville, Florida. One of the 500 indigenous nations & cultures that blanketed North America, they were a prominent political force in the early days of European settlement in Florida, forging friendly relations and alliances with the French Hugueno…
 
French Florida’s Fort Caroline was the first major European settlement in the United States established not by England, and not by Spain. The colony was founded by French Protestants known as Huguenots, fleeing France over religious persecution, in 1564. Mark is joined by Eric Yanis of The Other States of America. Check out the YouTube version of t…
 
In 1564, France launched a second voyage to build a French colony in the New World; the King's men established Fort Caroline in what is now Jacksonville, Florida. Host Mark Vinet is joined by Eric Yanis of The Other States of America podcast who recounts this thrilling North American adventure. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https…
 
Technological advancements in celestial navigation allowed mariners to set sail on grand nautical adventures and trans-oceanic voyages that sparked extensive exploration of lands previously unknown to Europeans. To view the ringed Solar System model referred to in this episode, visit https://patreon.com/markvinet Check out the YouTube version of th…
 
CharlesFort was established when a French expedition, organized by Huguenot leader Admiral Gaspard de Coligny and led by the Norman navigator Jean Ribault, landed at the site on the May River in 1562, before moving north to Port Royal Sound. There, on present-day Parris Island, South Carolina—at that time a part of Florida Territory—Ribault left tw…
 
French Florida was a colonial territory established by French Huguenot colonists in what is now Florida and South Carolina, USA during the 1560s. The colonial endeavor was started following plans to establish New World colonies where persecuted Protestant religionists could safely establish themselves. Special guest Eric Yanis of The Other States o…
 
Our narrative takes us back to Florida and the imminent arrival of French protestant Huguenot colonists in 1562. Let’s set the scene by revisiting European activity in La Florida prior to the French protestant settlements. Check out the YouTube version of this episode at https://youtu.be/7zPZkTkr5Zg which has accompanying visuals including maps, ch…
 
One of the Reformation’s most influential personalities was John Calvin (1509-64). His monumental life provides captivating insight, linking a defining historical epoch with the ripples emanating from its wake, and in the process shares much about religion’s once and future impact on human life and development of North America. Check out the YouTub…
 
What is the legacy of the man who, early in the 16th century, changed the world and the relationship between religion, commerce, and conquest at the beginning of European exploration and colonization of the North American continent. Pastor Lance Ralston of the History of the Christian Church concludes his unique analyses of this fascinating time in…
 
Martin Luther’s 95 Theses sparked a religious Reformation that changed the world and the relationship between religion, commerce, and conquest at the beginning of European exploration and colonization of the North American continent. Podcaster Lance Ralston of the History of the Christian Church continues to share his views on this fascinating topi…
 
Martin Luther’s objections to the sale of Indulgences signaled the birth of Protestantism that changed the world and the relationship between religion, commerce, and conquest at the beginning of European exploration and colonization of the North American continent. Special guest Pastor Lance Ralston of the History of the Christian Church podcast ha…
 
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