Quincy Adams Needed One 200 Years Ago
Ways to Celebrate the Star-Spangled Banner's 200th
Take a Selfie #starspangledselfie
Because the U.S.
flag was the inspiration for The Star-Spangled Banner, take
a selfie with a flag and post it using the the hash tag #starspangledselfie
2. Listen to the Story
Behind The Star-Spangled Banner
Triumph Shall Wave, Fox News Radio Special,Rodney
Banner Turns 200 K-LOVE PODCAST
Interview about the Star-Spangled Banner on Janet Parshall's
In the Market
Devotions Speak Up!
3. Read about the story of
The Star-Spangled Banner
Say Can You See? Jane's Foxnews.com opinion
Story on K-LOVE
Travel article on the national anthem
Washington: Dolley Madison's Famous Rescue 200 years ago
Washington in Flames: My
Washington Times article
Star-Spangled Story on KLOVE
about America's Star-Spangled Story and Francis Scott Key
Scott Key biography, book excerpt
Discover how the
land of the free found its anthem for the ages through this
beautiful, family-friendly keepsake book.
Star-Spangled Story on Fox & Friends
---Jane on The
---Jane on Fox & Friends
about Vice Presidents who have run for President.
of Ghent Rose at the White House Historical Association
America Means to Me: Foxnews Radio
by their Creator MTL Magazine
Foxnews.com: The Power of the Broad Stripes
White House Staffer Writes Star-Spangled Banner History
Times: First Flag Day Surprises
--Watch Jane on United
Stuff of America on H2, a History Channel network.
“O Say can you see?”
sung or heard the lyrics hundreds of times, but how well do you know
the story behind the nation’s song? In America’s
Star-Spangled Story, award-winning author and former White House
webmaster, Jane Hampton Cook, uses phrases from the song to bring to
life the story of national anthem lyricist Francis Scott Key in ways
that will touch your heart and fire up your patriotic soul.
Celebrate The Star-Spangled
Banner’s 200th anniversary and bicentennial by discovering the
adventure, drama, and suspense that ultimately gave us our national