Encyclopedia of North American History
Book - 1999
This 11-volume reference examines events beginning with the arrival of the first inhabitants of North America (including the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Greenland) and ending with events of the late 1990's. Arranged in alphabetical order, 493 articles (generously illustrated in color and bandw) present the latest in historical research on key events of the region's political and social past. Entries range from one to seven pages and have sidebars summarizing cause and effect, turning points, daily life, laws and cases, profiles of personages, temper of the times, and viewpoints. Each volume contains an index, and the final volume includes a comprehensive index, eight subject indexes, a glossary, and a time line. Intended for the seventh grade level. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Publisher: New York : Marshall Cavendish, c1999.
Branch Call Number: J 970.003 Enc 1999 REF
Characteristics: 11 volumes : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 31 cm.
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