Dwight D. Eisenhower
This series discusses the highlights and issues of each president's time in office. The straightforward narrative provides key facts from early childhood to retirement, while emphasizing international and historical perspectives.
-- Supports social studies and history curriculum
-- Detailed, full-page timeline and colorful maps and diagrams
-- Lively fun facts provide memorable anecdotes about each president
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Growing Up in Kansas
The Making of the 34th
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