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Georgia slave Ellen Craft traveled 1,000 miles posing as a white man -- and bringing her husband William as a servant.
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Six teams undertook an impossible task in 1908 -- to drive westward from New York to Paris.
In 1910, as a practical joke, Virginia Woolf donned a false beard and turban and toured a British battleship.
When Albert Marr joined the South African army in 1915, he brought his baboon with him.
Meet Jack the baboon, who served as assistant signalman on a South African railway in the 1880s.
A travel-mad terrier tours the nation by mail car in the 1890s
A French flight set out to cross the Atlantic 12 days before Lindbergh -- and disappeared.
The U.S. Army once considered using camels as pack animals in the American Southwest
How Henry "Box" Brown earned his nickname.