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Paddle-to-the-Sea

$12.95
A young Indian boy carves a little canoe with a figure inside and names him Paddle-to-the-Sea. Paddle's journey, in text and pictures, through the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean provides an excellent geographic and historical picture of the region.
ISBN/SKU: 
0395292034
Publication Date: 
1980-02-01
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UNCLE TOM'S CABIN

$2.00
The first American novel to sell over a million copies. By calling attention to the issue of slavery, it has become a part of our country's literary and historical heritage.
ISBN/SKU: 
0140390030U
Publication Date: 
1981-06-25
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Used Paddle-to-the-Sea (USED)

$6.50
ISBN/SKU: 
0395292034U
Publication Date: 
1980-02-01
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Tree in the Trail

$12.99
ISBN/SKU: 
039554534X
Publication Date: 
1990-04-01
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Used Pagoo (USED)

$6.50
ISBN/SKU: 
0395539641U
Publication Date: 
1990-04-01
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Amistad: The Slave Uprising Aboard the Spanish Schooner

$16.00
ISBN/SKU: 
AMISTAD
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Frontier Living: An Illustrated Guide to Pioneer Life in America, Including Log Cabins, Furniture, Tools, Clothing, and More

$18.95
New/Used: New
With more than 200 illustrations by the author.
ISBN/SKU: 
158574137X
Publication Date: 
2000-08-01
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN - Beautiful Feet Published

$16.95

Published by Beautiful Feet Books

"James Daugherty has turned his pen to the greatest American of them all: Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth president of the United States. His book is the people's Lincoln, Lincoln the man--seen through the clear eyes of an artist and poet, American to the bone.

"It is a story to set the blood tingling and fill the heart with sorrow and glory, to set the footsteps of the mind on leaf-fallen Kentucky ground, on Springfield's pavements, and down the hurried streets of Washington in the spring rain.

"It is a picture of a tumbling, surging young nation with the pioneer states knocking at the door, the era of the coonskin cap and the French brocade. Across its broad canvas pass the lynx-eyed backwoodsmen, the crinolined belles of the plantation South, the slick politicians of wartime Washington in the 1860s, the desperate fighters in blue and gray. It is the sound of battle, and the bands playing 'Dixie,' and the march of tired feet and the trumpets calling." -description from the original 1943 edition

It is Lincoln as his contemporaries saw him, as we might seem him now. He stalks through these pages with his gangling humorous ways like a well-beloved friend.

Originally published in 1943, Daugherty dedicated this beautiful work to his son, "Lieutenant Charles M. Daugherty, American soldier-artist and his comrades in arms throughout the world." In every case where tyranny raises its ugly head, Lincoln has and will continue to stand as America's shining symbol of freedom, justice, and equality.

ISBN/SKU: 
9781893103320
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Seabird

$11.95
The history of America at sea is presented through the travels of Seabird, a carved ivory gull.
ISBN/SKU: 
0395266815
Publication Date: 
1978-04-26
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Pagoo

$12.95
An intricate study of tide pool life is presented in text and pictures through the story of Pagoo, a her-mit crab.
ISBN/SKU: 
0395539641
Publication Date: 
1990-04-01
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Minn of the Mississippi

$12.95
The history of the Mississippi River Valley is told in text and pictures through the adventures of Minn, a snapping turtle, as she travels downstream.
ISBN/SKU: 
0395273994
Publication Date: 
1978-10-01
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