This author has contributed to the following articles in the Encyclopedia.Livingston, Robert - BiographyRobert R. Livingston, "The Judge," was a politician and judge from New York. He participated in the Stamp Act Congress in 1765.Great DyingThe Great Dying in New England was an event that took place in New England from 1616–1619 when an unknown disease decimated the Native American Indian population.Lee, Robert E. — Chancellorsville, Part 3General Robert E. Lee’s victory over General Joseph Hooker at the Battle of Chancellorsville is widely considered Lee’s shining moment of the war. This entry covers the fighting that took place on May 2, 1863, which ended with Confederate pickets accidentally shooting Stonewall Jackson.Anglo-Powhatan War, SecondThe Second Anglo-Powhatan War (1622–1632) was fought between Jamestown and the Powhatan Confederacy in the area known to the Powhatans as Tsenacomoco and Virginia to the colonists. The war ended in 1632 with a peace treaty that gave the colonists control of the peninsula between the James River and the York River.Boston Massacre, OverviewThe Boston Massacre was an incident in which British regulars fired into a group of Bostonians who were harassing them. It is generally considered one of the first acts of violence of the American Revolution.Sons of LibertyThe Sons of Liberty was a radical organization in Colonial America created to carry out public demonstrations against British policies that forced Americans to pay taxes without representation in Parliament. Many men associated with the group are considered Founding Fathers of the United States.Lee, Robert E. — Chancellorsville, Part 4General Robert E. Lee’s victory over General Joseph Hooker at the Battle of Chancellorsville is widely considered Lee’s shining moment of the war. This entry covers the fighting that took place on the morning of May 3, 1863.Pilgrim Fathers, John Robinson Burial Site at PieterskerkWhen he died, Pilgrim Father John Robinson was buried at Pieterskerk — St. Peter's Church — in Leiden. It is just down the street from where he lived.Pilgrim Fathers, St. Peter's ChurchSt. Peter's Church — Pieterskerk — in Leiden, Netherlands, is an important landmark related to the Pilgrim Fathers. When the English separatists moved to Leiden, they lived in the neighborhoods around the church, including Green Gate.Middle Creek, Battle of - VideosEducational videos that explain the events and importance of the Battle of Middle Creek, which took place on January 10, 1862, during the Civil War, and ended in a Union Victory.