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Indiana’s Timeless Tales - Pre-History to 1781 - Indiana History Time Line #1 - cover

Indiana’s Timeless Tales - Pre-History to 1781 - Indiana History Time Line #1

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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Discover Indiana's history as it unfolds from pre-history until the beginning of the American experiment. Indiana's Timeless Tales - Pre-History to 1781 presents the unfolding saga of Indiana's fascinating history in an easy to follow time line. Readers will learn both famous and forgotten, obscure events in Indiana's story.

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