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This Country of Ours by  H. E. Marshall

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This Country of Ours
by H. E. Marshall
Stories from the history of the United States beginning with a full account of exploration and settlement and ending with the presidency of Woodrow Wilson. The 99 chapters are grouped under 7 headings: Stories of Explorers and Pioneers, Stories of Virginia, Stories of New England, Stories of the Middle and Southern Colonies, Stories of the French in America, Stories of the Struggle for Liberty, and Stories of the United States under the Constitution.  Ages 10-14
615 pages $19.95   




About Sir Walter Raleigh's Adventures in the West
Adams—How He Kept Peace with France
Adams—The Tariff of Abominations
The Adventures of Captain John Smith
The Adventures of Sir Humphrey Gilbert
Bacon's Rebellion
The Battle of Monmouth
The Birth of a Great Nation
The Boston Tea-Party
Brandywine—Germantown—Valley Forge
Buchanan—The First Shots
Buchanan—The Story of the Mormons
Burgoyne's Campaign—Bemis Heights, Saratoga
Burgoyne's Campaign—Bennington and Oriskany
The Coming of the Cavaliers
The Darkest Hour—Trenton and Princeton
The End of French Rule in America
Fillmore—The Underground Railroad
The First Thrust—The Battle of Bunker Hill
The Founding of Connecticut and War with Indians
The Founding of Georgia
The Founding of Harvard
The Founding of Maryland
The Founding of Massachusetts
The Founding of New Haven
The Founding of New Jersey
The Founding of North and South Carolina
The Founding of Pennsylvania
Grant—A Peaceful Victory
Harrison—The Hero of Tippecanoe
How A Terrible Disaster Befell the British Army
How America Was Named
How Benjamin Franklin Came to Philadelphia
How Columbus Fared Forth upon the Sea of Darkness
How Columbus Returned in Triumph
How Englishmen Fought a Duel with Tyranny
How Maine and New Hampshire Were Founded
How New Amsterdam Became New York
How Pocahontas Took a Journey over the Seas
How Quakers First Came to New England
How a Frenchman Avenged the Death of Countrymen
How a German Ruled New York
How the Charter of Connecticut Was Saved
How the Colony Was Saved
How the Flag of England Was Planted in New World
How the Flag of France Was Planted in Florida
How the French Founded a Colony in Florida
How the Mississippi Was Discovered
How the Redmen Fought against Their White Brothers
How the Spaniards Drove the French out of Florida
How the Vikings of Old Sought and Found New Lands
The Hunt for the Regicides
Jackson—"Liberty and Union, Now and Forever"
Jefferson—An American Who Wanted to be King
Jefferson—How the Door Was Opened
Jefferson—How the Territory Was Doubled
Johnson—How the President Was Impeached
King Philip's War
King William's War and Queen Anne's War
The Knights of the Golden Horseshoe
Lincoln—From Bull Run to Fort Donelson
Lincoln—Grant's Campaign
Lincoln—Sherman's March to the Sea
Lincoln—The Battle of Gettysburg
Lincoln—The Battle of Shiloh
Lincoln—The Death of Stonewall Jackson
Lincoln—The End of the War
Lincoln—The First Battle between Ironclads
Lincoln—The Slaves Are Made Free
Madison—The Shooting Star and the Prophet
Madison—War with Great Britain
McKinley—War and Sudden Death
The Mississippi Bubble
Monroe—Monroe's Famous Doctrine
More Adventures of Captain John Smith
Paul Revere's Ride
Pierce—The Story of "Bleeding Kansas"
Polk—How Much Land Was Added
Polk—The Finding of Gold
The Rebellion of Pontiac
The Sea of Darkness and the Faith of Columbus
The Story of Anne Hutchinson
The Story of Harry Vane
The Story of a Great Crime
The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers
Taylor—Union or Disunion
A Turning Point in the World's History
Tyler—Florida Becomes a State
The War in Canada
War on the Sea
War with the Indians in North and South Carolina
Washington First in War, First in Peace
Wilson—The Great War
Wilson—Troubles with Mexico
The Witches of Salem

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