Rum, made from a byproduct of sugar cane, was a big part of early American trade.
Yeah, I know I'm probably mispronouncing it. But in this case, I don't care.
You don't know how much I wanted to call this one "Chester A. Arthur Did Something Important When He Was President." But I held back.
"What are you doing New Year's Day" wasn't as catchy.
I find the existence of Aunt Phillis' Cabin to be absolutely fascinating. One of the most interesting facts in the whole 300 episodes, in my opinion.
Slave or not, Anthony Johnson was still forced from his home.
Notice this is spelled "Boer." Not "Boar." From what it sounds like, though, nothing was very boring!
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The whole "10 day" thing worked well with the big Revolutionary push to make the Metric System universal in French life.