Smart History for Idiots 

Ray Raphael's new book on the Founding Fathers

Southern Humboldt historian Ray Raphael has always offered a "people's" take on history. It started with his first book, An Everyday History of Somewhere, published in 1974, in which he told "the true story of Indians, deer, homesteaders, potatoes, loggers, trees,…

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