The Curious Case of Daniel Sickles | Episode #113 | Election College: United States Presidential Election History

We recorded an audiobook! It’s about the letters between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr before their fateful duel. Get it for free with a 30 day Audible trial at or get it for only $3.99 with your Audible subscription! _____________________________   Daniel Sickles was really influential in American History, and there's a pretty good chance you've never even heard of him. We hadn't even heard of him until just recently and we thought he was pretty interesting. He shot Francis Scott Key's son. He should have been court-martialed. He disobeyed direct military orders. He kept his severed leg preserved. He served in public office. And he also convinced the USA to preserve Gettysburg. What an interesting guy... ______________________________ Check out Jason's other show - Online Marketing Guys! ______________________________ Support the show! Use this link to do your shopping on Amazon. It won't cost you a penny more and it will help us out! ________________________ Be sure to subscribe to the show! Leave us a review on iTunes - It really helps us out! Facebook  |  Twitter  | Instagram ________________________ Get a free month of Audible and a free audiobook to keep at ________________________ Music from: ________________________ Some links in these show notes are affiliate links that could monetarily benefit Election College, but cost you nothing extra. 

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