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A Year of Colonial American History - Book – 1 - 366 Days in History Series #1

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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If you have ever read those "This Day in History" listings, you may have been curious about the events behind the scenes. The 366 short history stories in this collection of history stories include both well known and obscure, little known historical facts and forgotten events.

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