5 edition of American People Their History to 1900 found in the catalog.
American People Their History to 1900
Henry C. Dethloff
by Steck-Vaughn Co
Written in English
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: History of the American People: Has pages in a tight binding. There is edgewear to the cover and soiling, but no loose pages. Has writing on end pages and some to the text itself. Illustrated with many maps in color as well as b/w pictures. The appendix includes the Declaration of Independence.
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