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Colonial American History Stories - 1770 – 1774 - Timeline of United States History #5 - cover

Colonial American History Stories - 1770 – 1774 - Timeline of United States History #5

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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Colonial American History Stories - 1770 – 1774 features an historical chronicle of the pre-revolutionary years of the United States. The timeline presents a journal of events that led to the conflict between the British and their North American colonists. The events, some obscure and almost forgotten, played a role in the developing drama that eventually led to American independence.

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