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    Boundaries : how the Mason-Dixon Line settled a family feud & divided a nation

    Walker, Sally M.

    One of America's most enduring boundaries is the Mason-Dixon Line, most associated with the divide between the North and the South and the right to freedom for all people. Walker traces the tale of the Line through family feuds, brave exploration, scientific excellence, and the struggle to define a cohesive country. But above all, this story of surveying, marking, and respecting lines of demarcation reinforces the guaranteed right and responsibility to explore, challenge, change, and defend the boundaries that define us.

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    We the people : a history of the United States

    Clark, James I.

    A history of the United States stressing the human causes and effects of historical events and with timelines and photo essays for each chronological period.

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    Handbook to life in America. The Roaring Twenties: 1920 to 1929

    An introduction to the social history of America, including family and daily life, social attitudes, entertainment, and education.

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