Documents in British History: Early times to 1714
McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1993 - History - 247 pages
With selections drawn from both constitutional and cultural history, this book invites students to examine evidence as historians do. Documents are arranged in a straightforward chronological order, allowing instructors to develop their own thematic emphasis and orientation. Introductions give students the essential information they need to understand the documents.
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Prehistoric Britain in Pictures
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