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Quantum Leap issue First There was a Mountain, Then There was No Mountain, Then
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Sam leaps into a female school teacher prior to the Kenedy assasination.
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Created: 2021-12-29 11:14:03
=Quantum Leap issue First There was a Mountain, Then There was No Mountain, Then There Was=
*Categories: <category>Gender, Comic Book</category>
*Issue 1, pub Innovation Comics,

==Description==
March 25, 1968 Memphis, Tennessee. As a twenty-four year old white female school teacher with predominately black students named Karen Connors, Sam is presented with three obstacles. First , he must find a way to hold the attention of 'his' students allowing them to pass the exam. Second, in doing this he can turn around the life of the teacher he has leaped into so that she takes the correct career path. And third, he is in a position to save the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. just days before his assassination. But, is Sam really there to save him?
*<a href=https://www.quantumleap-alsplace.com/comics/comic1.htm>1. FIRST THERE WAS A MOUNTAIN, THEN THERE WAS NO MOUNTAIN, THEN THERE WAS</a>
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Quantum Leap issue First There was a Mountain, Then There was No Mountain, Then There Was

  • Categories:Gender, Comic Book
  • Issue 1, pub Innovation Comics,

Description

March 25, 1968 Memphis, Tennessee. As a twenty-four year old white female teacher with predominately black students named Karen Connors, Sam is presented with three obstacles. First , he must find a way to hold the attention of his students allowing them to pass the exam. Second, in doing this he can turn around the life of the teacher he has leaped into so that she takes the correct career path. And third, he is in a position to save the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. just days before his assassination. But, is Sam really there to save him?