Declaring Independence: Life During the American Revolution
Twenty-First Century Books, 01/12/2004 - 112 páginas
Containing period paintings, illustrations, and writings, an addition to a historical series looks at what life was like for people in America during the American Revolution.
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THEY FEEL THEIR IMPORTANCE
FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES
THE RAGGED LOUSEY NAKED REGIMENT
THE REVOLUTION JUST ACCOMPLISHED
THE VETERANS PREDICAMENT
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