Lewis and Clark: How Two Women Saved the Corps of Discovery

Lewis, Clark and Sacagawea

Lewis and Clark is the greatest adventure story in American history In May of 1804, the Corps of Discovery went on pursuit of a fabled Northwest passage. They would be gone two and a half years. Along the way they’d meet dozens of Indian tribes, including the fierce Sioux and Blackfoot. They’d travel in or…

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The Pain of Thomas Paine

Thomas Paine

In 1776 Thomas Paine was a “rock star” among American patriots. His writings inspired a loosely united thirteen colonies to revolt against the great British Empire. But Paine lived down to his name. He’d die a “penniless drunk in Manhattan,” scorned by most of the Founding Fathers. Only six people attended his funeral.   Thomas…

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