The New Republic, 1783-1830
Marshall Cavendish, 2005 - 116 halaman
Describes events and beliefs from the early history of the United States, including the Monroe Doctrine, antislavery crusades, and the invention of the cotton gin, and provides primary sources from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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