By Barbara Derubertis, Thomas Sperling
Unique variation has subtitle: Let's meet Christopher Columbus.
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And we can admire the huge accomplishment of opening a pathway between continents unknown to each other. We can learn from what Columbus did right, as well as from what he did wrong. 31 For thousands of years people have traveled between the continents—over land and across the seas. Along the way, they have shared goods and ideas. And they have learned many things about one another. On Columbus Day, we can remember to respect and protect all the lands, waters, and people we encounter as we explore our world.
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