Sharman Burson Ramsey

About me

Sharman Burson Ramsey is a graduate of the University of Alabama (BS) and Troy University (MS). Her interest in genealogy led her to the discovery of her Native American heritage. Research into that heritage has culminated in the Serpents Series of novels beginning with Swimming with Serpents set during the Creek Indian War (1813-1814.

Following survivors of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, Nest of Vipers, the sequel to Swimming with Serpents, presents the First Seminole War from the American, British, Native American and Black perspectives with pirates active in the Gulf at that time thrown adding even more adventure!

Taught to write what you know, Sharman Burson Ramsey writes about the South with its rich heritage and great cultural diversity. She maintains a general interest (what she’s generally interested in) website about all things Southern The most frequented pages of that website are Southern Wedding and Southern Manners and Etiquette.

From my website

Multiculturalism, the New World Order and 1984: Did Trump Thwart the Fulfillment of 1984? “We shall have world government whether or not you like it, by conquest or consent.”On February 17, 1950, James Paul Warburg, member of the Council of Foreign Relations, confidently declared to the United States Senate: “We…

Prayer, Our President and Our Nation. Join me?

A NEW DAY 0F PRAYERGoing along with my call to prayer, I have decided to write a prayer to begin my day with. I have had some excellent instruction in prayer beginning with my sweet grandmother, Eunice Jernigan Gillis of Brewton, Alabama. Whenever she came to visit she slept with…

Whole Language Catalog: Teachers as Liberators Produce Students as Revolutionaries: Clippings from the Whole Language Catalog

 "Education is Politics!" So saith Paolo Freire father of Liberation Theology and later Liberation Pedagogy. He is a hero to the Progressive Education movement.Whole Language Catalog, p. 222Whole Language Catalo, p. 346I post here portions of the Whole Language Catalog with which I became acquainted in the early 1990s when…

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