Mark Coburn

A retired college teacher, Mark Coburn dwells in Durango, Colorado.  His writings include a book on General Sherman, articles on Mark Twain, and a co-authored children’s book on Lewis and Clark. 

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Incensed that many leading European scientists had belittled North America's climate and fauna, Thomas Jefferson shipped them evidence and published a long reply in Notes on the State of Virginia. Read >>
When Joe Louis of the United States met Max Schmeling of Germany for the Heavyweight Championship of the World in 1938, politics and ballyhoo turned it into a battle between Freedom and Fascism—a foreshadowing of World War II Read >>

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