(Hour 2c) We were joined by James Patrick Riley of Courage, New Hampshire this morning for The History Segment. Rich started by asking him if there were arguments about parking in colonial America. James then told us a story from December 24, 1772. We heard about how some felt about drinking Rum. He talked to us about the impact that Rum had on the society. Finally, he told us about a case of tarring and feathering that occurred in Salem.
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