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100 Spiritual Leaders Who Shaped World History

Samuel Willard Crompton - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 112 pages
Profiles spiritual leaders who have made significant contributions throughout world history, including Akhenaten, Moses, Zoroaster, Lao-Tzu, Siddhartha Gautama, Socrates, Jesus ...
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100 wars that shaped world history

Samuel Willard Crompton - History - 1997 - 112 pages
Chronologically profiles one-hundred wars from 547 BC through the present day, highlighting key battles, contributing factors, great commanders, and key theorists
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100 Colonial Leaders Who Shaped North America

Samuel Willard Crompton - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1999 - 112 pages
Offers brief biographies of Native American leaders and British, French, Spanish, Dutch, and other explorers, military and religious leaders, governors, and other figures in ...
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100 World Leaders Who Shaped World History

Kathy Paparchontis - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 112 pages
A collection of short biographies of one hundred men and women who have made significant impacts upon the world around us.
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The Wright Brothers: First in Flight

Samuel Willard Crompton - Aeronautics - 2007 - 117 pages
Desribes the careers and achievments of the Wright Brothers, who are credited with the invention of the airplane in 1903.
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Hastings

Samuel Etinde Crompton, Samuel Willard Crompton - Hastings, Battle of, England, 1066 - 2009 - 110 pages
Provides a historical account of the 1066 Battle of Hastings, a pivotal event in England's history, as well as the people and events leading up to it and its ramifications.
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Francis Drake and the Oceans of the World

Samuel Willard Crompton, William H. Goetzmann - Admirals - 2009 - 138 pages
From 1577-1580, Drake led the second expedition to sail around the world. During his voyage he made several important discoveries: finding the tip of South America, disproving ...
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Pillar to Post: Odysseys in Revolutionary America

Samuel Willard Crompton - History - 2000 - 376 pages
“In short, this was a paradise on Earth for women, the epicure’s Elysium and the very centre of freedom and hospitality. But in the short space of three years, it has become ...
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Ferdinand Magellan and the Quest to Circle the Globe

Samuel Willard Crompton, William H. Goetzmann - Explorers - 2009 - 144 pages
Magellan set out in 1519 with five ships to find a passage through the Americas. Such a passage, if it existed, would allow Spanish ships to follow a westward route to the East ...
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