Essay:Greatest Myths of American History

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Here is a growing list of the greatest myths or falsehoods taught about American history:


  1. In fact, no specific "triangular" trade route has ever been identified and it is unlikely that there was significant sale of goods to Africa at that time. The term was invented by an historian more than 100 years later.