The Beginner's American History
by D. H. Montgomery
Publisher: Ginn & Company 1899
Number of pages: 296
Its object is to present clearly and accurately those facts and principles in the lives of some of the chief founders and builders of America which would be of interest and value to pupils beginning the study of our history. Throughout the book great care has been taken to relate only such incidents and anecdotes as are believed to rest on unexceptionable authority. Few text-books have met with such immediate recognition as this. It seems to be regarded by the best judges as, on the whole, the best school history of the United States yet published.
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