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CATHERINE MILLARD is the author of eight books on the history of the United States. She has worked for nineteen years at the Library of Congress as a researcher and writer, utilizing the original writings, documents, papers and works of the founding fathers as documentation for her books.

  • God's Signature Over the Nation's Capital
  • The Rewriting of America's History
  • A Children's Companion Guide to America's History
  • Great American Statesmen and Heroes
  • The Christian Heritage of our Nation History Curriculum - Landmarks
  • The Christian Heritage of our Nation History Curriculum - Memorials
  • The Christian Heritage of our Nation History Curriculum - U.S. Presidents and Their Churches
  • The Christian Heritage of the 50 United States of America

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– B.A. – American Studies – George Mason University

– M.A. – Education and American Literature program – George Mason

– M.A. – Old and New Testament – Capital Bible Seminary

– D.Min. – Christian Education – Luther Rice Seminary


– B.A. – Dean’s List – Graduated with High Distinction

– M.A. – Dean’s List – Honor Student

– D.Min. – Dean’s List – Graduated Summa Cum Laude

– Member – Alpha Chi Honor Society

Recipient of the 1990 George Washington Honor Medal sponsored by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge for Excellence in patriotic and individual achievement and the 1992 Faith and Freedom Religious Heritage of America Award for significant contributions in affirming and strengthening the biblical principles in American life.

Dr. Millard is also the producer of eight video documentaries and seven audiobooks on the original Christian heritage and history of America. She has taught extensively on the subject in colleges, universities and schools throughout the nation.


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