Nina Sankovitch
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American Rebels: Answering Questions Raised by Long-Ago Historians

Three years ago, while browsing through the collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, I came across a captivating book by a man named Daniel Munro Wilson.

Daniel Munro Wilson

Daniel Munro Wilson was a late 19th/early 20th century minister and historian who published a number of historical works in his lifetime. Born in Scotland, he moved with his parents to…

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Because being witness to all types of human experience is not only important to understanding the world, but also to understanding myself.

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