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Ronni3576

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    This summer I have found on Netflix other period pieces that portray some aspects of the medical field in which Claire had known in the early 20th century. Also, I found a period piece that dealt with the American Revolution and other period piece about the fur trade in Canada that both Britian and America and the French all wanted in on.

    First period piece that I enjoyed watching again and again was Turn: Washington's Spies. This series gives a great  performance from the cast and the story of how we won our Independence from England. Watching the field hospital scenes demonstrated the kind of scenarios that Claire works under during the Revolutionary War while Jamie is fighting the British. Also, the series provides the daily lives of the…

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    Recently as I was researching on Colonial America and trying to visualize the conditions of the life on Fraser's Ridge, I came across another book series by Anna Belfrage who writes a family sage of a Scotsman and his lady who was thrown into his world from the 21st century into the 17th century. Anna weaves a great story with the backdrop of religious conflict between England and Scotland. Those who refuse to pledge loyalty to the king move to the colonies to exercise their freedom to worship. there are some similarities between Outlander and her family saga. First of all there are more people who travel through time several times and some people travel once and stay. In Outlander book eight Bree and Roger are writing a book about time tr…

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    I have enjoyed this season of the Outlander series. I have watched each episode at least three or more times while waiting for the next episode. The acting is great. I have been responding on the Outlander series Facebook page as much as I can about some of the discussions with each episode. I look forward to each new episode as they are presented.

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    Outlander books

    August 3, 2017 by Ronni3576

    I have read the books twice and reading them a third time around but taking my time about it. I found the series Turn: Washington's spies on Netflix and watched the first three seasons twice and currently watching season four. The series is very good for historical background as the Outlander books reach the timeline of the American Revolutionary War as Jamie moves toward that point and Claire is the doctor for his company. Also this summer, I have been researching what colonial life was like for Claire and Jamie as well as the growing family they have. Outlandish Observations has provided some great visuals under the Friday fun facts.

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