Documentary Source Book of American History, 1606-1898, Bind 10

Forsideomslag
William MacDonald
Macmillan, 1908 - 616 sider
This book contains hundreds of primary documents from United States history, between 1606 and 1898. Most of the primary sources are colonial or United States government laws or other orders. The author provides analysis and notes with the sources.
 

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