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Farthing, Brian

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Brian Farthing was born and raised in the greater Seattle area. He has always had a fascination for history and everything that it can teach. He got many of his interests from his grandfather, who was incarcerated during World War 2 during the Japanese Internment. From him he learned to appreciate the lessons that could be learned from the events of the past. Brian is currently an undergraduate at the University of Washington, Seattle and intent on being a history major. It has been a lifelong joy of his and he hopes to teach others to appreciate history and learn from it as he has.
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