Long before it became Margaritaville, Key West was a boom town built on bad news
With malice toward none, with charity toward all, the president sought to bind the wounds of the nation
Composer's greatest gift was an ear for the simple and the sweet
For a century and a half, wealthy northerners built their fortunes off sugar, rum, and human misery
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Coalition of slaveholders and conservative abolitionists offered black Americans a land of 'liberty'
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