Podcast Episode #200: The Curious Case of Wilmer McLean and the Beginning and End of the Civil War, Plus More

In this episode of the podcast, you’re going to learn about Wilmer McLean and how his back yard and parlor played a pivotal role in the beginning and end of the American Civil War.  You’re also going to learn why certain coins have ridges and others don’t. [TRANSCRIPT: The Civil War and Wilmer McLean | Why Certain Coins Have Ridges]

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