Washington, Part 3
From Maine's rocky coast to Hawaii's sandy beaches, explore the Land of Liberty and discover how each state is unique. Learn about the geography, history, government, economy, and people through easy-to-read text. Maps, sidebars, an almanac, and a time line make finding information for reports easy. Also, famous quotes, trivia facts, and a tasty recipe complement each book's color photos and eye-catching design. This series explores and supports standards under "The History of the Student's Own State or Region," as required by the National Center for History in the School.
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