Joe McCoy | The Christopher Columbus Blues

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The Christopher Columbus Blues

by Joe McCoy

I write American History songs to help people learn more about their American History. I began writing these while teaching American History to 8th grade Middle School students. I truly feel it is very important to learn the history of your country.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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I began writing American History songs while teaching 8th grade Middle School students. They seemed to enjoy them and they said it really did help them learn history at the same time in a fun way. Now that I am retired from my 39-year teaching career I am hoping to help students AND adults learn more American History. It is a true labor of love for me to do this. I am picking an organization or charity to benefit from any profits from the sale of my history songs. I am choosing PCSS (Pinellas Council for Social Studies) as the organization to benefit from this single. This organization does a wonderful job of promoting the teaching and learning of history in Pinellas County. They are a worthy recipient. I also want to thank my cousin, Dan Spencer, a professional photographer, with his help in my artwork.

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The Christopher Columbus Blues
Well done and the artist is doing these for the sake of history students and history buffs. Ninety nine cents well spent.
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