Forgotten History Video - October 14, 2016
Monday was Columbus Day. It was a day to celebrate Italian explorer Christopher Columbus discovering the 'New World', and proving that the world wasn't flat. Today's video is a quick history lesson on the man and his voyages.
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History of the Holidays: Columbus Day
"In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue." Just about every elementary school kids knows that. Take a few minutes to recall just how Columbus Day came to be celebrated.
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