Hasekura Rokuemon Tsunenaga was a samurai who led a diplomatic delegation to New Spain, Spain and Rome in the 17th century. But many of the Japanese records about their mission were lost or destroyed after they returned.
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It's montaña rusa in Spanish.
Ugh, I admired her so much, then we got to the ableism, classism and racism...
Love your podcast!!
Might be time to redo this one…inaccuracies and ouch on some of the words used…
Too bad by being “green” good ole Teddy forced Indigenous folks off of their land to “protect” the areas and make them national monuments and parks.
half of the podcast is commercials. too much for me.
He was the most wasteful person in history.
I like all of these old episodes, but I wonder if you aew looking back cringing now about all of the TJ worship?
Have to think that perhaps your Anthropologist Miller might be Dr. Miller? Not “Ms”?
every time I am sad I listen to this episode again 😊
garbage. nothing but commercials
She needs to be the next Disney Princess
can't take their voices.....
I've been listening for years and I just wanted to leave a comment telling you how much I appreciate you two lovely ladies. I've learn so much from you and never a moment is wasted listening to your wonderful laughter. I hope you are living your best lives :)
hell houses are critical of certain communities....of sinners
I really enjoyed this episode. as I heard the introduction I yelled out Great Adventure! I was a 19 year old resident of central New Jersey at the time and I can't believe I completely forgot about that fire!