3 edition of True stories of great American men for young Americans found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Elbridge S. Brooks and other distinguished writers for young people.|
|LC Classifications||E176 .B872|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., 11-260 p.|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||05032363|
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True Stories of Great Americans for Young Americans is a great addition for anyone who would like to hear the stories of our great heroes from a more personal slant. First published inthis single volume is packed with seldom-heard incidents from the lives of 22 great American role models.
It’s a great addition for anyone who would like to hear the stories of our great heroes from a more personal slant. First published inthis single volume is packed with seldom- We can read the facts about our forefathers in any history text, but this book gives insight into the personalities and families that helped shape the men and /5(11).
Excerpt from True Stories of Great American Men: For Young Americans Such true stories. It deals especially with the early life of America's great men. It shows what were their natures and their habits when they were : Elbridge Streeter Brooks.
Condition: Good. One color lithographic plate, 23 x 17 cm, from the book "True Stories of Great Americans for Young Americans." illustrated by Sheppard. Also printed title page. Toned and somewhat brittle along the edges; missing text in plate.
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