The Boston Tea Party
Set out into the wilderness with Lewis and Clark or ride along on the Oregon and Santa Fe Trails with the pioneers who built the West. This series presents the important events and people that shaped United States history through interesting text and historically accurate photos and drawings. Each book includes a supplemental section on important dates and people, suggestions for finding more information, and a Did You Know? section filled with lots of interesting and unusual facts.
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