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About Us

The American Heritage Education Foundation, Inc. (AHEF) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization (501.c.3) dedicated to the understanding and teaching of America's factual and philosophical heritage to promote constructive citizenship and Freedom, Unity, Progress, and Responsibility (FUPR™) among students and citizens. AHEF accomplishes this patriotic mission by developing educational resources and programs for citizens, educators, and students nation-wide and world-wide through creative initiatives and partnerships.

AHEF believes that the concepts and themes of America's founding must be objectively studied and continually improved so that today's citzens and students may understand, appreciate, and perpetuate the ongoing miracle of our unique republic of, by, and for the people.


AHEF is inclusive of individuals of every race and creed and of every religious and non-religious persuasion who respect every American's natural rights as recognized in the U. S. Declaration of Independence and affirmed by law in the U. S. Constitution.  For more information about AHEF, please visit our website at

Angela E. Kamrath, the author of The Miracle of America, is President and Editorial Director of AHEF.  She is editor and a contributing writer of AHEF’s widely-distributed teacher resource, America’s Heritage:  An Adventure in Liberty, and a contributing writer to AHEF's new sequel, America's Heritage:  An Experiment in Self-Government.  She has taught and consulted in writing and research at colleges and universities including University of Houston, Houston Baptist University, and Belhaven College.  She served as a Research Assistant intern in the Office of National Service during the George H. W. Bush administration.  She holds a B.A. in Government from the University of Texas at Austin, a M.A. in Journalism from Regent University, and a M.Ed. from the University of Houston.  She has served in student and children's ministries and has been a student of the Bible for over 20 years.


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