Brian Caldwell Fansler


Brian Fansler has been a twenty-plus year California state employee primarily in budgeting and transportation. He is also a long-time volunteer having served in multiple volunteer positions over the last ten-plus years at the Lincoln Memorial Museum Committee, Women Escaping A Violent Environment, the Cordova Recreation and Park District, and currently with the National Park Service and also as a member of the Civil War Trust.

Brian's first passion has always been history but that passion was re-discovered while visiting Philadelphia's Independence Hall, Gettysburg National Park, and a host of national and state parks in recent years.

Brian was born in Charlottesville, Virginia and has also lived in Lincoln, Nebraska as well as Phoenix, Arizona. Brian has lived in Sacramento, California for the last twenty two years.


What Might The Founders Think?: Election 2016
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 43,910. Language: American English. Published: March 13, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA
Discover for yourself how some Founders might have reacted to the 2016 Presidential election day, as it happened, based on historical research. Meet thirteen Founders as they are introduced to the Constitution, television, press, social media, campaigns, male and female candidates, a black President, instant results, the Electoral College, voters, parties, 50 states, debt, cabinet, and celebrity.

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