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Action-packed and meticulously researched, with specially commissioned illustrations, detailed reconstructions and original artwork from each period, reading lists, and resources for further study, this series is an immersive introduction to the dynamic history that shaped America. Simultaneous.
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Action-packed and meticulously researched, with specially commissioned illustrations, detailed reconstructions and original artwork from each period, reading lists, and resources for further study, this series is an immersive introduction to the dynamic history that shaped America. Simultaneous.
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Action-packed and meticulously researched, with specially-commissioned illustrations, detailed reconstructions and original artwork from each period, reading lists and resources for further study, this series is an immersive introduction to the history that shaped America. Simultaneous.
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Action-packed and meticulously researched, with specially commissioned illustrations, detailed reconstructions and original artwork from each period, reading lists, and resources for further study, this series is an immersive introduction to the dynamic history that shaped America. Simultaneous.
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Lovingly researched, author Walker has tried carefully to portray the events of Little Bighorn as accurately as possible. Fully illustrated and includes an index and more. Ages 10+.
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Chronicles the historic integration of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, and details the experiences of the nine African American students who participated in the integration amid threats and violence.
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Text and photos illustrate the 1957 Little Rock integration struggle through newspaper coverage, television footage, audio tapes, books, and manuscripts. (Ages: 10+).
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An account of the famous battle of the Alamo which presents different points of view of the event.
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A vivid account of these two talented, passionate Florentine artists who competed for commissions and influence. Brunelleschi, who solved the greatest construction problem of his time -the magnificent dome of the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral - nonetheless, had to share the commission with his old archrival. On the other hand, Ghiberti garnered the commission to design a set of bronze doors for the Church of St. John the Baptist; a cast second set was so exquisite that Michelangelo deemed them worthy to stand at the Gates of Paradise. Source Notes, Bibliography, Index. B&W illus. 269p.
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An account of the competition between two artists of the Italian Renaissance who lived and worked in fifteenth-century Florence, and the revolution in art and architecture that resulted. B&W illus. 269p.
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Shares ten stories featuring legendary places, events, and characters from the era of westward expansion.
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