Remnant Trust Timeline

Uncover the captivating Remnant Trust Timeline, thoughtfully divided into three distinct ages. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of people and ideas that have significantly shaped our Western comprehension of human liberty and dignity. Join us as we celebrate the profound impact of the Remnant Trust and its timeless contributions to our shared legacy.

Timeline Ages

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Storytelling

Journey to the American Founding and explore the vivid historical accounts of Dr. Dan Miller’s Americanism Redux. Commemorating the approaching 250th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Miller’s writings vividly document the daily life of Americans dating back to the 1700s.

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of history as you uncover the stories and experiences that shaped our nation’s remarkable journey,

Americanism Redux by Dr. Dan Miller

250th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence

  • 50th (1826)
  • 100th (1876)
  • 150th (1926)
  • 200th (1976)
  • 250th (2026)
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Explore Our Collection

In our holdings, the Remnant Trust has over 1,600 manuscripts, 1st editions, early works dealing with the topics of individual liberty and human dignity.

New works are added to the collection on an ongoing basis and The Wisdom of the Ages Athenaeum Catalog is updated regularly. The catalog is alphabetical by author.

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Exhibits & Events

Remnant Trust Collection of Manuscripts and 1st Editions are showcased locally in Indianapolis as well as nationwide at libraries, museums, and universities. These exhibits offer a profound experience for scholars, students, and the general public to observe and interact with these exceptional and esteemed works.

Alongside sharing our unparalleled collection, we organize regular monthly, seasonal, and annual events aimed at advancing educational standards and fostering a greater comprehension of individual liberty and human dignity.

Exhibitions

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The Remnant Trust is a Public Education Foundation

We were founded to preserve and share our growing collection focusing on individual liberty and human dignity.

The Trust is a public educational Foundation that shares an actively growing collection of manuscripts, 1st edition, and early works dealing with the topics of individual liberty and human dignity, with some pieces dating as early as 2500 BCE. We make our collection available to colleges, universities, professional, civic, and other organizations for use by students, faculty, scholars, and the general public.

Who We Are

The Remnant Trust

121 Monument Circle, Suite 612, Indianapolis, IN 46204

(463) 274-3314

info@remnanttrust.org

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The Commonplace Book by Dr. Dan Miller

Leadership, Tea and 1773

A swath of my Journey to the American Founding, Redux entries for 2023 have, one way or another, featured the oncoming story of the Boston Tea Party of December 16, 1773. I write my Redux from the perspective of people—famous and not-so-famous alike—who have no idea what’s coming the day after tomorrow. For them, as for you and me, the future is unknown. In that spirit I think you and I can gain value in finding timely leadership insights from the tea-related stories.

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Phillis Wheatley Poems 1773

POEMS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS, RELIGIOUS AND MORAL, by Phillis Wheatley, 1773, Engraving attributed to Scipio Moorhead, 1773. Imagination Gallery B. American Treasures of the Library of Congress. Rare Book & Special Collections Division

Excerpts from Dr. Dan Miller’s, Leadership, Tea, and 1773, The Commonplace Book

Below is my list of twelve lessons:

1. Extraordinary meaning can be found in an ordinary item.
Your leadership question: are you attuned to looking beyond the ordinary to find the extraordinary?
2. The effort to solve one problem can lead to the creation of a bigger problem.
Your leadership question: how much do you use your curiosity in anticipating an unexpected problem?
3. Don’t just communicate. Know the many ways in which communication functions.
Your leadership question: which of the three—types, settings, and nature of content—do you instinctively know you need to improve?
4. Distance separates in time and in space and in everything else.
Your leadership question: what separation do you see and experience on a regular basis?
5. Polemics are things unto themselves. Recognize when and where they belongs and when and where they don’t.
Your leadership question: are you comfortable as a participant in a polemical moment?
6. Other important issues are also happening. They can be affected, whether strengthened or weakened.Your leadership question: when that big issue strikes you and your followers, how will you know if a second issue is right beside it?
7. The more obvious a prior example seems to be, the more inevitable the tendency to revert to it as the next, new step.
Your leadership question: when do you know that a tried-and-true strategy won’t work in the same way in a future application?
8. Multiple and repeated—that’s what communication can require in the exchange between leader and follower. And embedded in this truth is the other truth—it can take time for that to happen as it needs to happen.
Your leadership question: is it my instinct and preference to want to move on to the next thing in my communication?
9. Power and influence appear in unusual places and forms.
Your leadership question: are you ready to rise to the occasion regardless of who you are?And are you ready to accept someone else doing the same?
10. Action rests on a nest, web, and cradle of ideas.
Your leadership question: can I trace a path between my beliefs and ideals to an earlier source? Am I confident that my sources have been tested?
11. First things and final outcomes are far apart.
Your leadership question: what do I fall back on when I’m faced with the long haul and the long run?
12. Clarity in the finite can obstruct vision in the infinite.
Your leadership question: does my clarity of vision reduce the range of my sight?

It may have been 250 years ago but in leadership lessons it’s about as fresh and familiar as this morning.

I’ve included my list of twelve lessons. I also provide beneath the list a brief description. If you’d like a fuller and more amplified discussion for yourself personally, please reach out to me via email dan@historicalsolutions or text 317-407-3687. We’ll arrange to talk. Thank you in advance for your time in reading and considering.

By Dr. Dan Miller

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To know us better then is to know us more fully now. Welcome to Americanism Redux and my one-a-week stories of 250 years ago including The Commonplace Book. For the all the stories thus far, Visit Historical Solutions, Dr Dan Miller’s website>

Journey to the American Founding

Welcome to Americanism Redux, a series by historian author, Dr. Dan Miller. He explores what Americanism meant 250 years ago and its significance for America today.

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