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Stories of Later American History

Stories of Later American History by Wilbur Fisk Gordy

Stories of Later American History is a fascinating collection of historical accounts that provide unique insights into the events that shaped America in the 19th century. Wilbur Fisk Gordy expertly weaves together narratives of key moments in American history, showcasing the courage and resilience of individuals who faced immense challenges.

One of the standout features of this book is Gordy's skillful storytelling, which brings to life the struggles and triumphs of figures such as Harriet Tubman, Abraham Lincoln, and Susan B. Anthony. Through his vivid descriptions and engaging writing style, Gordy captures the essence of each individual's contributions to American history, making their stories both compelling and inspiring.

Furthermore, Gordy's attention to detail and thorough research are evident throughout the book, providing readers with a comprehensive understanding of the historical events and figures discussed. From the Civil War to the women's suffrage movement, Stories of Later American History offers a rich and insightful exploration of the diverse forces that shaped the nation.

Overall, Stories of Later American History is a must-read for anyone interested in gaining a deeper appreciation for the people and events that have shaped America. Gordy's meticulous research, engaging storytelling, and profound insights make this book a valuable addition to any history lover's collection.

Book Description:
This book, like Stories of Early American History, follows somewhat closely the course of study prepared by the Committee of Eight, the present volume covering the topics outlined for Grade V, while the earlier one includes the material suggested for Grade IV. It was the plan of that committee to take up in these grades, largely in a biographical way, a great part of the essential facts of American history; and with this plan the author, who was a member of that committee, was in hearty accord. This method, it is believed, serves a double purpose. In the first place, it is the best possible way of laying the foundation for the later and more detailed study of United States history in the higher grammar grades by those pupils who are to continue in school.

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