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Builders of Our Country, Book I
by Gertrude van Duyn Southworth
An engaging account of American history told through twenty-five biographies, representing the most important builders of our country from the year 1000 to the beginnings of the American Revolution, with each hero receiving attention in proportion to the reach of his influence or that of the group of which he is the central figure. The order of presentation is very nearly chronological, except where there is a greater advantage in grouping locally. In returning to any region, the reader is reminded of events previously occurring in the same locale, so as to strengthen his sense of both time and place.  Ages 9-12
283 pages $13.95   

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Back Matter


Leif the Lucky
Marco Polo
Christopher Columbus
John Cabot
The Spanish Conquests and Explorations
Sir Francis Drake
Sir Walter Raleigh
John Smith and Pocahontas
Miles Standish and the Pilgrims
Governor Winthrop and the Puritans
Roger Williams
King Philip's War
Henry Hudson
The Dutch in America
The Early French Explorers
Champlain
Joliet and Marquette
La Salle
Lord Baltimore
William Penn
General James Oglethorpe
Nathaniel Bacon
Benjamin Franklin
Montcalm and Wolfe
Sir William Johnson

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