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The Forgotten Ally Who Helped America Win the Revolution, Is the Hot Toddy Medicinal?, A Brief History of the First Inauguration and More

The Forgotten Ally Who Helped America Win the Revolution, Is the Hot Toddy Medicinal?, A Brief History of the First Inauguration and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    JANUARY 2017

The Little-Remembered Ally Who Helped America Win the Revolution

Bernardo de Galvez’s involvement may not have been altruistic, but his contributions made a difference nonetheless

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