10 edition of This Day in American History found in the catalog.
January 18, 2008
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||516|
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10 Contest Rule Book Each year NHD selects a theme for the contest. Although you may select a topic on any aspect of local, regional, national, or world history, your project’s research and conclusions must relate clearly to the annual theme. Be careful to limit the scope of yourFile Size: 1MB. A Child’s First Book of American History is one of the few children’s history books that you might want to buy in the hard cover edition because you will probably want to hold on to it forever. Pricing Information. When prices appear, please keep in mind that they are subject to change. Click on links where available to verify price : Cathy Duffy.
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