Discovering the American Past: Since 1865

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Houghton Mifflin Company, 2002 - History - 310 pages
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Contents

The Method
7
Questions to Consider
23
The Method
33
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Eliza Wheeler, was born into a family of musicians, artists, and teachers, and was raised in the north woods of Wisconsin. As a toddler, she adored crayons, and drawing has been her favorite creative outlet ever since. Eliza received her BFA in Graphic Design at the University of Wisconsin-Stout; shortly thereafter, she abandoned the mouse and embraced pen on paper to pursue a career in illustration. She began studying illustration in earnest and fell in love all over again with the picture books of her childhood. Now, Eliza has found her true calling illustrating for the children's book market and creating illustrated gifts for her online gallery. While illustrating What Does It Mean To Be Present?, Eliza reflected upon her life experiences of being present: as a young girl, swimming in the Brule River and picking blueberries with her grandma; as a teen, running on long country roads; and today, hiking in the Hollywood Hills and walking to the farmer's market. Eliza's interests include camping, reading, listening to music, and appreciating art. She and her husband live in Los Angeles, "like two peas in a pod.

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