The Landmark History of the American People: From Appomattox to the Moon

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Random House, Dec 1, 1987 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 448 pages
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This history of the United States chronicles the spirit, ingenuity, and accomplishments of American men and women, from the earliest pioneers to the present

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User Review  - Dawn Roberts - Goodreads

Excellent 2-volume set, and the revised edition is a significant improvement over the first. Nice color pictures too. Read full review

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Well-written history. Read full review

Contents

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Daniel J. Boorstin, the former Librarian of Congress, is the author of "The Lost World of Thomas Jefferson "and is the editor of "An American Primer" and the series, "The Chicago History of American Civilization,"

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