FAMILY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN HISTORY by Reader's Digest

FAMILY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN HISTORY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Most of the 3500-plus entries in this Reader's Digest view of American history as ""man's attempt to cope with his environment"" run about a paragraph. They cover all sorts of cultural figures as well as general geography and legislative landmarks, battles, movements, disasters, etc., all the way up to Watergate. Illustrated with 37 maps and there's an appendix that describes (but doesn't include) significant social documents. Cheaply bound.

Pub Date: May 12th, 1975
Publisher: Reader's Digest--dist. by Norton