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📒The American Pageant Guidebook ✍ Mel Piehl
📝The American Pageant Guidebook Book Synopsis : For this twelfth edition of The American Pageant, we have worked together closely to incorporate the most recent scholarship about American history, and to preserve the readability that has long been the Pageant's hallmark. We are often told that the Pageant is the sole American history text that has a distinctive personality -- defined by clarity, concreteness, a consistent chronological narrative, strong emphasis on major themes, avoidance of clutter, access to a variety of interpretive perspectives, and a colorful writing style leavened, as appropriate, with wit. - Preface.
📒The American Pageant Guidebook ✍ Thomas Andrew Bailey
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📒The American Pageant ✍ Mel Piehl
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📒The American Pageant Guidebook Volume 2 A Manual For Students For The Advanced Placement Program ✍ Donald J Mclachlan Professor Of History David M. Kennedy
✍Author : Donald J Mclachlan Professor Of History David M. Kennedy
♛Publisher : Cengage Learning
♣Release Date : 2012-04-01
✿Pages : 257
♠ISBN : 0840029071
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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📝The American Pageant Guidebook Volume 2 A Manual for Students for the Advanced Placement Program Book Synopsis :
📝American Pageant Complete Plus Guidebook Volume 1 and 2 13th Edition Book Synopsis :
📝American Pageant Volume 2 with Student Resource Companion Plus Guidebook Volume 2 13th Edition Book Synopsis :
📒The American Spirit ✍ Thomas A. Bailey
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📝The American Pageant Revisited Recollections of a Stanford Historian Book Synopsis :
📝Finally A Locally Produced Guidebook to St Louis by and for St Louisans Neighborhood by Neighborhood Book Synopsis : Locals know it, and newcomers learn it fast: we live in one of America's great cities. Beyond the obvious and outside your own daily routine, wouldn't it be great to have an insider's view into all the great neighborhoods around town? Finally, you can. With the arrival of "Finally! A Locally Produced Guidebook to St. Louis, By and For St. Louisans, Neighborhood By Neighborhood," you can get the skinny on exploring our town, from the Metro East to the urban core to daytrips worth the drive. Folks often say St. Louis is a city of neighborhoods, each with its own character (and characters!); let this be your handbook to the highlights and hidden treasures of them all. Our opinionated overview points out the best dining, dives, shopping and gawking, from just-so touches for the home to cool gifts for kids to the no-sign bars and restaurants no tourist would ever find. Tidbits of local lore are sprinkled throughout: want to see where a young Steve McQueen filmed one of his first breakout roles? Get contact caffeination from a district of coffee roasters? Partake of an absinthe cocktail, spiked milkshake or salt-therapy session? Catch a drag show? Eat cheap pizza? Finally, you've got an in-the-know best friend at your fingertips.
📒An Arch Guidebook To Los Angeles ✍ Robert Winter
📝An Arch Guidebook to Los Angeles Book Synopsis : Known as "the bible" to Los Angeles architecture scholars and enthusiasts, Robert Winter and David Gebhard's groundbreaking guide to architecture in the greater Los Angeles area is updated and revised once again. From Art Deco to Beaux-Arts, Spanish Colonial to Mission Revival, Winter discusses an impressive variety of architectural styles in this popular guide that he co-authored with the late David Gebhard. New buildings and sites have been added, along with all new photography. Considered the most thorough L.A. architecture guide ever written, this new edition features the best of the past and present, from Charles and Henry Greene's Gamble House to Frank Gehry's Disney Philharmonic Hall. This was, and is again, a must-have guide to a diverse and architecturally rich area. Robert Winter is a recognized architectural historian who lives in Los Angeles, and has led architectural tours through the Los Angeles area since 1965. He is a professor at Occidental College in Los Angeles.