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The Shelf2Life American Revolution and Westward Expansion (1764-1861) Collection is a captivating set of pre-1923 titles that analyze the politics, events and people that contributed to the creation and expansion of the United States of America. >From the resistance of the stamp and tea acts to the significance of the Boston Massacre and battle of Bunker Hill, this collection captures the colonist's fierce desire for independence. These titles also describe the tactics and strategies employed during the American Revolution, the challenges politicians faced in the creation of a new government and the mystic allure of the Western frontier. The Shelf2Life American Revolution and Westward Expansion (1764-1861) Collection allows readers to take a journey down colonial cobblestone streets, across battlefields and into town halls to experience the passion, frustration and determination of the people who fought for America's independence and growth.
  • ISBN13: 9781117901954
  • Publisher: BCR (Bibliographical Center for Research)
  • Pubilcation Year: 2010
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00414
Publication DateMarch 11, 2010
Primary CategoryHistory/Revolutionary

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