3.24 – Source Notes



Special thanks to Theshira Pather of the Legendary Africa podcast for providing the intro quote for this episode!

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Featured Images: “Major General Charles Cotesworth Pinckney” by James Earl [c. 1795-1796], courtesy of Wikipedia, and “Rufus King” by Charles Willson Peale [c. 1818], courtesy of Wikipedia


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