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For most of his life, historian Francis Parkman suffered from very poor health. He had rheumatism, severe headaches, extremely poor digestion. He was in such pain he couldn’t bear to write for more than five minutes at a time. On top of that his vision was so poor he could scrawl only a few large words on each sheet of paper. Yet he was able to write The Oregon Trail and nearly twenty other superb historical books. Where there’s a will, there’s a way. On The Upbeat

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