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This is the remarkable story of a friendship that may have changed the course of American history.

During the 18th Century, Benjamin Franklin rose to great heights in the field of diplomacy, while his close friend Skenandoah, became a chief of a great Indian Nation. These two were to come together at a seminal moment in history-during the framing of the Constitution of the United States of America.

This story was handed down from generation to generation through both families, Colonial and Native American, to one descendant of both! Award-winning writer Paula Underwood traces her family back to Colonial America where she is related to both Franklin and Skenandoah. As a child she listened to the stories of those days, and committed them to memory. Now she shares with us this story of our founding fathers.


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