The American people: creating a nation and a society
A condensed version of "The American People, Fifth Edition," this engaging text examines U.S. history as revealed through the experiences of all Americans, both ordinary and extraordinary. With a thought-provoking and rich presentation, the authors explore the complex lives of Americans of all national origins and cultural backgrounds, at all levels of society, and in all regions of the country. A vibrant four-color design and compact size make this book accessible, convenient, and easy-to read.
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Review: The American People: Creating a Nation and a Society, Volume I to 1877, Chapters 1-16User Review - Chole Allyson - Goodreads
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The Union Reconstructed
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