By Carol M. Butzow

By technique of 30 kid's photo books―with tales set in instances starting from the early cost of yank until eventually today―this booklet explores the features of yankee heroes and the ways that they've got prompted our historical past, our lifestyle, and the rules upon which our tradition has developed.

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