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APA Citation

Ridpath, J. Clark. (1879). A popular history of the United States of America: from the aboriginal times to the present day. Embracing an account of the aborigines; the Norsemen in the New world; the discoveries by the Spaniards, English, and French; the planting of settlements; the growth of the colonies; the struggle for liberty in the revolution; the establishment of the Union; the development of the nation; and the Civil War and the centennial of independence. Cincinnati: Jones brothers & co..

MLA Citation

Ridpath, John Clark, 1840-1900. A Popular History of the United States of America: From the Aboriginal Times to the Present Day. Embracing an Account of the Aborigines; the Norsemen In the New World; the Discoveries by the Spaniards, English, And French; the Planting of Settlements; the Growth of the Colonies; the Struggle for Liberty In the Revolution; the Establishment of the Union; the Development of the Nation; And the Civil War And the Centennial of Independence. Cincinnati: Jones brothers & co., 1879.

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