Explorers and settlers: historic places commemorating the early exploration and settlement of the United States
United States Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1968 - America - 506 pages
Describes our rich European heritage and diverse cultures of various settlers.
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Major Paths of Early European Penetration
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