Capstone Classroom, Dec 6, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
Hispanic-American men and women have figured prominently throughout our history, as this series will thouroughly attest. The subjects are drawn from the 1940s through the present day, and their achievements are presented in the context of essential historical background and concepts. Unique sidebar features make revealing connections between the subject and his or her contemporaries.
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