Heroes of History
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Heroes of History

The War Of Brothers And Cereal

And the reason might surprise you.

The Kellogg Brothers Will and John fought over Corn Flakes Image from AP, Public Domain

Dr. John Kellogg was not a man that suffered fools. In the mid-1800s, he was one of the most respected men in Battle Creek, Michigan. The shining light of his career was the Battle Creek Sanitarium; many in the area called it simply “The San.” It was a place meant to help patients deal with chronic illness or those recovering from an illness.




Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, from those well known to the ordinary person who becomes heroic.

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