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500 Little-Known Facts in U.S. History

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The more we know about the past, the better we understand the present. Do you know? • That Pocahontas wasn’t the only daughter of Chief Powhatan to be courted by an English explorer? • How dead English soldiers took revenge on a tribe of Indians that massacred two thousand unarmed English prisoners? • The name of the woman patriot who rode five times as far as Paul Revere ...more
Paperback, 298 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Cedar Fort
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