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Who Were The American Pioneers?: And Other Questions About Westward Expansion

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Westward ho, with the American pioneers! Why did pioneer families risk it all to move west? Who settled the frontier towns of the Wild West? Did pioneer children go to school? Kids will love learning about this important period in US history, including the…
The Impossible Rescue: The True Story Of An Amazing Arctic Adventure

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The dead of an Arctic winter. Whaling ships full of men, stranded in ice. Follow three rescuers in a race against time — and all odds — in this heartpounding true adventure. In 1897, whaling in the Arctic waters off Alaska’s coast was as…
Beyond the Bottom Line: How to Do More With Less in Nonprofit and Public Organizations

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This book brings to the management of nonprofit organizations and public sector organizations the kind of concepts that have long been applied to commercial firms. Management thinking has long been concentrated on the problems of managing commercial…
Why Did The Whole World Go To War?: And Other Questions About... World War Ii

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Why Did the Whole World Go to War? helps children understand one of the 20th century's most tragic conflicts. It answers their most basic questions, including: What started World War II? How did Hitler take over so many countries so quickly? What happened at…
What Was America's Deadliest War?: And Other Questions About The Civil War

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Who fired the first shots in the American Civil War? Where were the fiercest battles fought? How did Lincoln free millions of slaves with one document? Acclaimed author Martin Sandler answers all these and other “must-know” questions about the war…
Secret Subway: The Fascinating Tale Of An Amazing Feat Of Engineering

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This is the incredible story of the visionary engineer who built New York City’s first subway. The Secret Subway is the gripping tale of a man whose vision was years ahead of his time; a man whose dream was crushed by the greed and political jockeying for…
Iron Rails, Iron Men, And The Race To Link The Nation: The Story Of The Transcontinental Railroad…

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Experience the race of rails to link the country—and meet the men behind this incredible feat—in a riveting story about the building of the transcontinental railroad, brought to life with archival photos. In the 1850s, gold fever swept the West, but…
The Whydah: A Pirate Ship Feared, Wrecked, And Found

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The exciting true story of the captaincy, wreck, and discovery of the Whydah — the only pirate ship ever found — and the incredible mysteries it revealed. The 1650s to the 1730s marked the golden age of piracy, when fearsome pirates like Blackbeard…
Imprisoned: The Betrayal Of Japanese Americans During World War Ii

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While Americans fought for freedom and democracy abroad, fear and suspicion towards Japanese Americans swept the country after Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. Culling information from extensive, previously unpublished interviews and oral histories with…
Lost To Time: Unforgettable Stories That History Forgot
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|October 7, 2014

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Stories that history forgot… but readers will remember.   “The only thing new in the world,” said Harry S. Truman, “is the history you don't know.” In this fascinating collection of historical vignettes, Martin W. Sandler…
The Dust Bowl Through The Lens: How Photography Revealed And Helped Remedy A National Disaster

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The Dust Bowl was a time of hardship and environmental and economic disaster. More than 100 million acres of land had turned to dust, causing hundreds of thousands of people to seek new homes and opportunities thousands of miles away, while millions more chose to…
Kennedy Through The Lens: How Photography And Television Revealed And Shaped An Extraordinary Leader

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As the well-reviewed Through the Lens series continues, Sandler aims the spotlight on John F. Kennedy, one of our most photogenic presidents, providing insight into how JFK used the new medium of television and the advances in color photography to further his…