America's Heritage: Capitols of the United States
Graphically compares & contrasts our Nation's Capitols through large photographs, architectural descriptions, & information on states' histories & symbols. Seventy photographs of the National & State Capitols, comprehensive appendix of historical information, add to the informative text about Capitols. Grades 6 through adult, the book provides a needed reference for libraries, travelers, researchers. Order: State House Publishing, P.O. Box 5636, Madison, WI53705-0636. WI 5% Tax or certificate. BookStrs: 40% Disc. 8 books minimum; Prepaid only must include s&h.
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