The People's Chronology: A Year-by-year Record of Human Events from Prehistory to the Present

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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979 - History - 1206 pages
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The author presents over 30,000 discrete events in the human record, in chronological entries across the centuries from "Pre-history" to "Antiquity" and then by the century starting from the 7th ... Read full review

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This chronological desk reference for social and political history covers prehistory through 1991. The concise, although chatty, entries are arranged by category (identified by a symbol in the left ... Read full review

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Kitto John The Pictorial Sunday Book London Henry Bill Norwich Conn 1890 page 542 Currier
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Harpers Monthly page 591 Harpers
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from the Thomas Nast cartoon page 661 Ellis Edward S op cit
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James Trager has examined world history in "The People's Chronology", culinary history in "The Food Chronology", and women's history in "The Women's Chronology". He is also the author of two histories of New York City, "West of Fifth" and "Park Avenue: Street of Dreams". He has lived in Manhattan for more than fifty years.

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