Meet The People - Unknown Artist - Brass Wagon (Vinyl)


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  5. EXPERIENCE major historical events and people who helped shape America into what it is today. Through rhyme, rhythm and song, meet people like Betsy Ross, Paul Revere and Benjamin Franklin, and experience historical events likethe Alamo, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the Oregon Trail and many other adventures. Feel the embarrassment and pain George Washington felt when he had to .
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