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Virtual Vacation to the Southeastern Colonies with Brad Sanders - host Mark Eddy

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William Bartram scholar BRAD SANDERS leads us on a tour of Bartram's explorations of the south eastern colonies. This tour preceded Lewis and Clark's journey to the Pacific northwest by about 30 years. Bartram met many of the colonial govenors and wrote about plants for medical purposes and the wild
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William Bartram scholar BRAD SANDERS leads us on a tour of Bartram's explorations of the south eastern colonies. This tour preceded Lewis and Clark's journey to the Pacific northwest by about 30 years. Bartram met many of the colonial govenors and wrote about plants for medical purposes and the wildlife and was welcomed into Native tribes. He was one of the first explorers to publish on the Creeks, Cherokee, Seminoles, Yuchi and more. Brad's magnificent book "Guide to William Bartram's Travels" is full of maps and historic places to visit aside from where Bartram stayed. If you like the variety of time periods our guests recreate each week, you'll love Brad's recreation of this overlooked, but very important, historical figure's legacy.

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