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Our shorter Intermediate Holiday Challenges have exactly 20 mistakes. The Advanced History Challenges have even more. Can you find them all? Try for at least five corrections!

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Sojourner Truth born a slave, but escapes and becamed first black woman to successfully Sue a white man for his son’s freedom.  On June 1, 1843, at the age of fourty-six, she leaved home to “spoke the truth” in favor of equal for all?  Helen Keller was both blind or deaf, but gone on to become a influence writer and lecturer, travelling the entire World to speak on behalf of the disabled womens suffrage labor writes, and world piece.  She awarded the Presidential Metal of Freedom for years before his dead on June 1, 1968.  Compared too that, Thomas Edison’s first patent on this same day on 1869 for a electronic voting machine is child’s play.

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