Author: Jay Wertz Publisher: ISBN: 9781844423118 Size: 47.95 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 6631 DownloadRead Online
Accompanied by an audio CD, this book includes newly researched and previously unpublished facsimile memorabilia from the USA's finest public archives and private collections.
Author: Alisse PORTNOY Publisher: Harvard University Press ISBN: 9780674019225 Size: 12.28 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 2169 DownloadRead Online
In this groundbreaking study, Portnoy links antebellum Indian removal debates with crucial, simultaneous debates about African Americans--abolition of slavery and African colonization--revealing ways European American women negotiated ...
Author: Col. Michael Lee Lanning Publisher: Presidio Press ISBN: 0307416046 Size: 77.89 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 5369 DownloadRead Online
Includes eight pages of photographs From the Paperback edition.
Author: Ron Fridell Publisher: Marshall Cavendish ISBN: 9780761418856 Size: 50.16 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 243 DownloadRead Online
Describes the history of environmentalism, discusses conflicts between environmentalists and politicians, and gives examples of how globalization and industry have affected the environment.
Author: Fritz Hirschfeld Publisher: University of Delaware Press ISBN: 9780874139273 Size: 38.17 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 6504 DownloadRead Online
This volume explores the background and circumstances that brought about a milestone relationship between George Washington and the Jews.
Author: Michael J. González Publisher: UNM Press ISBN: 9780826336071 Size: 18.47 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 1295 DownloadRead Online
González describes how the residents of Mexican Los Angeles adjusted to life in provincial California.