AMERICA WAS LIKE THIS by Emma Gelders Sterne

AMERICA WAS LIKE THIS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Always there is something new under the sun in this great land that is America. The continent lay there to be discovered. Next the idea of settlers, home-builders, was a new thought. A tood boy wins his right to be a Bon of Liberty. A girl chooses to let her father fight for freedom's cause, while she takes up the homestead claim. On down to 1941, when a German Jewish lad shows an American what it means to be an American. Good stories woven from truth, with a message to all.

Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1941
Publisher: Dodd, Mead