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The Transcontinental Railroad and the Great Race to Connect the Nation

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Book Description
Westward expansion and pioneer life have had a strong influence on the way Americans view themselves as a nation. Tales of the Old West have been, and continue to be, passed down for generations in books, movies, and television series. Through stories, profiles, and summaries of historic events, each book in The Wild History of the American West explores an important event or interesting aspect ... More
Book Information
PublisherMyreportlinks.com
BindingLibrary Binding (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages128
ISBN-10159845014X
ISBN-13978-1598450149
Publication Date03/01/2006
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About Pat Perrin (Author) : Pat Perrin is the author of The Secret World of Unicorns and co-author of several published novels and dozens of books for educational houses. Her essays and stories have appeared in Reality Club anth... more
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About Wim Coleman (Author) : Wim grew up in Iowa. He is a playwright whose works have won national awards and have been presented in New York and Los Angeles. He has worked in theater as an actor, director, scene shop foreman, an... more
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