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    It is highly likely that Moses Broadwell experienced only “one-degree of separation” between himself and General George Washington. It is a fact that when the would-be first president visited Elizabethtown, New Jersey, from the first to the fifth of December 1776, Moses was but a twelve year old boy. The Broadwell family had come to…

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Motor oil and doughnuts are not often talked about in the same paragraph, but at the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago these two very dissimilar products befuddled the fair’s visitors. And from almost any place on the fairgrounds you could learn the exact temperature of the world around you.

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