Source-book of American History: Ed. for Schools and Readers

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Albert Bushnell Hart
Macmillan, 1899 - 408 страница
This book offers a survey of American history, from the earliest colonial times through the Spanish-American War. The source book is directed at an adolescent crowd, and contains further explanations in the margins. The subject matter is rather balanced between political, military, and societal events and trends.

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