Catalog Record: 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, the Civil War, on the centennial of Independence | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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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, the Civil War, on the centennial of Independence / by John Clark Ridpath.

Main Author: Ridpath, John Clark, 1840-1900.
Language(s): English
Published: Cincinnati : Jones Brothers & Company ; 1881.
Subjects: United States > History
Note: Includes index.
Illustrated with maps, charts, portraits, and diagrams.
On spine: History of the United States.
Physical Description: xxxviii, 695 p., [24] leaves of plates : ill., charts, maps, plans, ports. ; 24 cm.
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