A Voyage Long And Strange: Rediscovering The New World
by Tony Horwitz
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The Forgotten First Chapter of America's Story Long before the Pilgrims, other Europeans pioneered North America, seeking land, converts and cities of gold. By exploring America's lost, or often repressed, heritage, award-winning writer Tony Horwitz unmasks the country's founding myths. A Voyage Long and Strange focuses on the neglected period in early American history between Columbus' voyage of 1492 and the Pilgrims' arrival in 1620. Horwitz recaptures the adventures of non-English explorers and also sets out on his own journey of rediscovery, travelling in the explorers wake. This gripping historical adventure exposes the revealing gap between what we enshrine and what we forget about our past. Tony Horwitz, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting for the Wall Street Journal, is the author of Confederates in the Attic, Baghdad Without a Map, One for the Road and Into the Blue, a New York Times bestseller.
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