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Paul Schrag is an award-winning journalist, novelist, marketing and business consultant, photographer, and musician. Xaviant Haze is a freelance researcher of ancient manuscripts and alternative history. His career as a music producer and DJ allow him to travel the world, exploring and documenting his findings on lost cities and the myths of the pre-diluvian world. Both authors live in Tacoma, Washington.
“The Suppressed History of America . . . is a refreshing new addition to the field of the alternative history of the United States. Well researched and written, this book will serve to increase the interest in the full story of the great American explorer Meriwether Lewis. The authors present a cogent argument that Lewis was probably murdered, partly to cover up the profound discoveries he and Clark made in the early nineteenth century.”
“The Suppressed History of America is a thorough, well-documented, fast-paced exploration of the United States’ greatest mystery and adventure—the Lewis and Clark expedition.”
“Authors Schrag and Haze teach a fascinating lesson in what we will never be taught but what every American should know.”
“Enhanced with a wealth of footnote documentation, an extensive bibliography, and a comprehensive index, The Suppressed History of America is a unique and seminal contribution highly recommended for community and academic library collections, as well as the personal reading lists of non-specialist general readers with an interest in American History as it is never taught in public education courses.”
“Set against the compelling backdrop of Lewis and Clark’s historic first crossing of the North American continent, The Suppressed History of America breaks new ground and provides interesting food for thought, both for traditional students of American history and for those intrigued by the call of unresolved ancient mysteries.”
Posted February 23, 2012
As an avid history buff, I was amazed by the stories told in this book. A lot of 'alternative history' books fail to convince, relying on mere speculation or wild, unverifiable assertions. This book is well researched, packed with facts, and has convinced me completely that Meriwether Lewis was murdered. I loved learning about the variety of peoples that seeded the native peoples of America - Chinese, Phoenician, Welsh, Norse,Japanese, African - they were all here before Columbus. This book makes its case well. Highly recommended!
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Posted July 2, 2012
This book brings together a lot of information that I had read in snippits, elsewhere, but it also has a lot of information that I had never seen before. The author has done a good job of collating the information into a single source. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants a different presentation of history/reality than the biased - cleansed view of "mainstream" authorities.
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Posted December 6, 2013
I used to think differant about history but now I understand it even more. This book has veriouse reasons why history is so important today. I hope this book shows that things did not happen just because, but happened because somebody did something to suceed.
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Posted January 3, 2015
This book speaks very little about alternative American history and a lot about racism. Very disappointed that I spent good money to buy it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 27, 2011
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